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San Diego man arrested on domestic violence, animal abuse charges

A 32-year-old San Diego man was arrested Friday night on suspicion of domestic violence and animal abuse after he allegedly slapped his girlfriend several times and threw her 4-month-old puppy against the side of a recreational vehicle.

The puppy died, police said.

Several witnesses saw the Ocean Beach incident and tackled Aubry Glascock until police arrived. Glascock remained in jail Saturday morning.

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