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Security guard denies Brighton cat killing spree

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A security watch has denied killing nine felines in a spate of evening time assaults in the Brighton territory.

security guard denies Brighton cat killing spree

Steven Bouquet, 53, of Rose Hill Terrace in Brighton, East Sussex, is additionally charged over assaults that left seven different felines genuinely harmed.

He showed up in the dock at Brighton Magistrates’ Court.

Mr Bouquet is accused of 16 checks of criminal harm and one of ownership of a blade which identify with episodes between 2 October 2018 and 1 June 2019.

The charges follow a spate of assaults on felines around the city, which the investigator David Holman said occurred for the most part around evening time.


Mr Bouquet entered not blameworthy requests to every one of the 16 charges of criminal harm and furthermore prevented a solitary charge from claiming ownership of a blade.

He was bailed to show up at Lewes Crown Court for a meeting on 20 February.