Booking photo of Wakeen Best courtesy of the SFPD.
Yesterday the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) released a booking photo of Wakeen Best, 35, of San Francisco, who was recently arrested after an auto burglary led to the death of small Chihuahua dog named "Dunky."
A police press release said that on February 10, 2018, at approximately 2:00 p.m., SFPD officers responded to the 400 block of Stockton Street regarding an auto burglary involving a deceased dog.
The auto-burglary victim, who was not identified, returned to the location to find an "unknown" citizen waiting with the body of Dunky, a four year-old black and tan Chihuahua, at the corner of Sutter and Stockton Streets. The man initially believed his dog had escaped from his vehicle and fell from the seventh floor of a parking garage. He went up to the seventh floor where his vehicle was parked and discovered someone had broken into it, as there was broken glass and blood throughout the car, police said.