Quincy: “Puppy Doe” person of interest awaiting extradition from CT

Police in Quincy say a man wanted for questioning in the torturing and beating of a dog is awaiting extradition from New Britain, Connecticut.

The dog, described as a pit bull type breed, and named “Puppy Doe”, was so severely injured she had to be euthanized. The animal was found barely alive on Aug. 31.

Quincy police Capt. John Dougan said the unidentified man is considered a person of interest and was expected to be picked up today at New Britain.

That person is 32 year old Radoslaw Czerkawski, confirmed with New Britain Police by WATD.

A Connecticut judge ordered him held on bond.

More information will be released following a press conference this afternoon.


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