Puerto Rico police
said Monday that they captured a man blamed for shooting
and killing a canine that had taken his ball on a green at a notable retreat.
Specialists recognized the man as Salil Zaveri and said the shooting happened Saturday at the Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Resort in the north seaside town of Río Grande. police said he utilized a 9mm weapon to shoot the canine a few times.
Zaveri was delivered on $60,000 bond yet his identification and driver's permit have been seized. He didn't quickly react to a solicitation for input.
Zaveri is a deals and promoting advisor and the CEO of Zaveri Consulting, LLC.
CBS News' David Begnaud tweeted about the occurrence:
BREAKING: This is the man captured by Puerto Rico police blamed for shooting a canine on a green in Puerto Rico. police say the canine ran onto the course and got a golf
ball. The man purportedly shot the canine twice, at that point hit the ball to the following opening and then shot the canine once more. pic.twitter
.com/BidXQwnPEV—David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 9, 2021
The suspect has been distinguished, by an observer, as Salil Zaveri. He's an Act 22er who lives and works in Puerto Rico. He's expected to show up in court toward the beginning of today. pic.twitter.com/giSVjXdEdo—David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 9, 2021
Another observer sent this video of police meeting the suspect at the golf resort pic.twitter.com/qyNy7k2H2G—David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) May 9, 2021