“It all happened so quick — it took my brain a while to put together what was going on. Things happened faster than I understood they were happening,” said the dog's owner.
He was booked on suspicion of second-degree felony aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury and third-degree felony domestic violence in the presence of a child.
Police believe the victim and the suspect knew each other.
The victim's grandmother informed authorities that the accused was suffering from bipolar, schizophrenia, and manic episodes, but was never officially diagnosed.
The victim, Julian Keen, had reportedly served as an officer for the wildlife conservation since 2016.
He saw the man lying down on the stairs surrounded by protesters and immediately helped him as he wanted to avoid a "catastrophe".
His 15-year-old friend uploaded two videos of the teen abusing the dog on Snapchat.
According to authorities, the elephant did not cause trouble or injure any human or property despite the excruciating pain it was in.
Police responded to a phone call from another parent whose daughter informed her parents that Babinchak assaulted the baby.
The accused walked into the maternity ward and approached a mother with a newborn baby while pretending to be a nurse.
The victim was unable to use his bear spray which was strapped to his chest during the attack.
The residents were unable to identify the age, sex, or size of the wolf as it was too dark.
The man also pointed a gun at his mother’s head, threatening to kill her.
When officers arrived at the scene, they found a 4-month-old baby girl with a fractured skull and multiple bruises. She later died at the hospital.
The 82-year-old man and his 78-year-old wife were attacked in Ivescar near Ribblehead Viaduct in the Yorkshire Dales.
The baby appeared to be unharmed and was later placed in the custody of Child Protective Services.
Officers immediately took the child to a hospital where he was pronounced dead shortly after arrival.
"It does not look like a predatory attack," said a spokesperson for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Department.
The police weren’t sure as to how the boys found the gun or who triggered it.
The parents of the victim filed a complaint alleging foul play as they were not convinced by the explanation given by the woman's husband.