Riverside Man Accused of Brutalizing Chihuahua Puppy to Admit Federal Offense

Angel Ramos Corrales Courtesy Riverside Police Department
RIVERSIDE - A 19-year-old Riverside man accused of torturing a Chihuahua puppy in his apartment, inflicting ultimately fatal wounds that were depicted in a video he posted online, is slated to plead guilty later this week to a federal offense, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Angel Ramos Corrales is charged with animal crushing, which refers to intentionally subjecting certain creatures to violent abuse that results in grave injuries. During a status hearing last month, a plea bargain was reached between Corrales and the U.S. Attorney's Office, though no documents were released connected to the agreement. The defendant is scheduled to formally enter a guilty plea Thursday during an appearance before U.S. District Judge John F. Walter at the federal courthouse in downtown Los Ang
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