- DeCarlos Johnson-Foston is accused of stomping a kitten to death atÂ
- It happened at a Belleville MetroLink station after he told he or she had not been allowed to take this onto a light rail train
- Johnson-Foston has been charged with criminal offence animal cruelty
This photo provided simply by the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department in Belleville, Ill., displays DeCarlos Johnson-Foston, who is charged of stomping a kitten in order to death in a Belleville, Ill., MetroLink station Friday, June 16, 2017, because he wasn’t allowed in order to take it on a gentle rail train. Johnson-Foston has already been charged with felony animal rudeness. (St. Clair County Sheriff’s Section via AP)
A southern Illinois guy accused of stomping a cat to death because he was not allowed to take it on the light rail train has already been charged with felony animal rudeness.
The suspect, 23-year-old DeCarlos Johnson-Foston, is jailed on $75, 000 bond.
St. Clair County Sheriff’s Capt. Bruce Fleshren says Johnson-Foston was at a Belleville MetroLink station Friday with a cat on his shoulder.
Â A safety guard told him the kitty would not be allowed for the train.
Fleshren says Johnson-Foston reprehended the kitten to the system and stomped on its mind, then walked away and still left on the bus.
Police say these people tracked him to a tour bus stop and discovered that he or she had also stolen a finances while riding the bus.
Belleville is 15 miles southeast associated with St. Louis.