The animal appears to be an illegal pet belonging to one of the residents near Fleetwood on Ivy Wall Avenue.
Seems to be a scene Did it happen yesterday? In social networks, some videos are circulating, among them Huge bengal tiger Hovering on Houston Scare the neighbor.
According to the first clipped image, a tiger with a collar Stroll in the garden Fleetwood’s house on ivy wall drive. One of the people who recorded it was surprised to say that it was “someone’s pet”.
In another video, the assistant Bailiff off duty Yell at animals, yell at animals owner He went out and brought the tiger back to his house.
An eyewitness told local media: “He personally approached the tiger, leaned over to kiss him, and then hugged him by the neck.” KPRC.
According to reports, Houston Police Department In response to the neighbor’s phone call, the neighbor reminded the host of the existence. wild animals In a residential area.
When they arrived nearby, the animals were no longer there.The authorities said the tiger was placed in a white truck, possibly Master escaped high speed”.
Authorities said: “There was a short hunt and the man escaped with the tiger.” Raising this animal in a traditional house in Houston is believed to be Petty crime Category C can be fined up to US$500.
After seeing the tiger, the authorities began an investigation to find the owner who was found to be the host. Victor Hugo Cuevas 26 years old.
The man was reportedly accused Felony for evading arrest of officials After escaping, they will continue to investigate the animal and its nearby existence.
Until the latest update, suspicious Detained, it was revealed that he was released on bail for the following reasons Murder The above is in Fort Bend County.
In addition, it is reported that Cuevas once lived in his house monkey, Which allows Houston, Before owning a tiger.
When he was arrested, Cuevas no longer named the tiger IndiaHe is nine months old and it is speculated that he may be part of the foreign animal trade.
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