Who is Estevan Hincapie? New Hampshire man leaves severed rabbit heads on woman's car after threatening her

He had been threatening a woman through text messages and told her that he 'left her a surprise outside', however it's not yet known how they know each other


                            Who is Estevan Hincapie? New Hampshire man leaves severed rabbit heads on woman's car after threatening her
New Hampshire police issued a warrant for Estevan Hincapie (Manchester Police)

MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE: A 24-year-old man, Estevan Hincapie, is accused of leaving severed rabbit heads on a woman’s car. New Hampshire police issued a warrant in his name.

On December 29, 2020, a woman told the police that a man she knew had been threatening her through text messages and told her that he had "left her a surprise outside". When she went outside, she found the rabbit heads on her vehicle. Hincapie was charged for criminal threatening and cruelty to animals.  

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According to a tweet posted by the police department, "24 y/o Esteven Hincapie turned himself into Manchester Police today. He was wanted in connection with a December 2020 incident where he is believed to have left two severed rabbit heads on a woman's car. Hincapie is charged with Criminal Threatening & Cruelty to Animals."



 

It wasn’t immediately clear how the pair knew each other. Police said the investigation is on. 

Earlier this month, another incident of animal cruelty took place when a social media influencer was arrested in Georgia for allegedly abusing her puppy in a sick scheme to gain more followers. Several people called 911 to report that Brittany Johnson aka Lovely Peaches, 20, was harming her 6-month-old Jack Russell terrier and streaming it on Instagram Live, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution stated. She was accused of "spraying perfume into the eyes of six-month-old Jack Russell terrier, before picking it up by its neck from a coat hanger and breaking its legs". 

Around the same time, another incident of animal cruelty took place when a man in New York City named Fulton Gordon was titled a 'cat killer' after he watched his two pit bulls maul a friendly neighborhood cat named Tuxedo to death. Tuxedo's death sparked global outrage and over 20,000 people from 80 countries signed a petition and even offered a $1,000 reward to nab the accused.

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