MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A man accused of putting two severed rabbit heads on a woman’s car in what authorities called a domestic incident has turned himself in to police.
Estevan Hincapie, 24, went to Manchester police on Wednesday, a day after an arrest warrant was issued for him.
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. pic.twitter.com/uZ6eyOnFlc
— Manchester NH Police (@mht_nh_police) February 17, 2021
In December, police said the woman told them a man she knew had been threatening her via text messages and said he had left her a “surprise” outside. When she went outside on Dec. 29, she found the animal heads on her vehicle.
Hincapie was charged with three counts of criminal threatening and two counts of cruelty to animals. It wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer and a phone number could not be found for him.
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