EASTCHESTER, N.Y.-- An Eastchester man who was convicted of animal cruelty in 2008 was arrested again because he failed to make the court-ordered restitution, according to an article on LoHud.com.
Adam Serrecchia, 38, was convicted in the stabbing of his mother's dog in 2008. He was arrested again on Saturday at the Brewster train station and charged with second-degree criminal contempt, which is a misdemeanor, LoHud reported.
Serrecchia was accused of failing failed to pay costs associated with the dog’s treatment after the attack. Serrecchia was to pay $8,032 — $7,650 for the dog’s medical bills and $382 in court costs, according to LoHud.