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Woman charged after allegedly stabbing male acquaintance's dog

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Posted at 10:40 PM, Feb 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-05 22:44:20-05

DETROIT (WXYZ) — A woman has been charged with second-degree animal torturing after she allegedly stabbed the dog of a man she acquainted with, police say.

Bridgett Hubbard, 26, allegedly tried stabbing a 37-year-old man following an altercation on Feb. 2. Police say around 1 a.m. Detroit police escorted the woman to a home in the 16840 block of Winthrop so that she could gather her belongings from the location.

An argument ensued between Hubbard and the male victim. Hubbard allegedly pulled out a knife and tried stabbing the man. She then went outside and stabbed the man's dog, police say. The dog survived and was treated by the Michigan Humane Society.

Police did not specify the relationship between Hubbard and the man

Hubbard is now charged with second-degree killing/torturing of an animal, felonious assault, domestic violence and malicious destruction of a building.

She was arraigned Feb. 3 and received a $15,000/10% bond.