CHICAGO (WLS) -- A man from Arlington Heights was allegedly seen dragging a pit bull down a sidewalk in Chicago on Saturday.
Police said they responded to the 6100-block of South Ashland Avenue at about 3:40 a.m. after a report of a man whipping, kicking, punching and choking a pit bull.
Officers arrived and saw Isaac Goodlow, 24, dragging the animal with an extension cord, police said. The alleged abuse was captured on a Chicago police surveillance camera, police said.
Goodlow has been charged with felony animal abuse. He's due back in court Friday.
Arlington Heights man accused of dragging pit bull by cord in Chicago
More TOP STORIES News
Illinois attorney general and Cardinal Cupich have private meeting; discuss clergy sex abuse investigation