Man accused of beating girlfriend & dog surrenders to Huntsville Police

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UPDATE: According to a tweet from Huntsville Police, Jonathan Tyler Knight turned himself in.

Jail records show Knight, 30, was booked into jail on Friday night.

He faces multiple charges including domestic violence by strangulation, cruelty to dog/cat in the first degree, and cruelty to animals.

Knight was released from jail Saturday morning on a $10,000 bond.

Previously reported

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police hope you can help them find Jonathan Tyler Knight, 29. He’s wanted for felony domestic violence and cruelty to an animal.

Police say Knight was kicked out of Panoply on April 27th for being belligerent. They say he then went to another location where he assaulted his girlfriend and her dog.

Officers say the canine had to be treated for broken ribs and internal bleeding. The dog has since died as a result of its injuries.

Police ask you to call Huntsville Police at 256-722-7100 or the Criminal Investigative Division at 256-427-7270 if you know where they can find Knight.

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