That's what the city told Guy when he called about what happened. Guy said when waiting on animal welfare, the mayor got Tulsa Police involved, even though animal control normally handles these kinds of cases.
Statements have been given. Now, it's a waiting game.
"My fear is that maybe he'll hurt another animal or another human being. Anyone with that much pent up rage needs a little help," Guy said.
If the district attorney makes the decision to prosecute, the suspect could face up to five years in prison.