A San Jose road rage incident resulting in severe injuries to a dog led to the arrest of a man

A man has been apprehended by San Jose police following a road rage incident earlier this month where he critically injured a dog by smashing a car’s rear window. The incident, captured on camera, occurred on November 11 near Capitol Expressway and Tully Road. According to the police, two men in one car initiated a road rage confrontation with another car driven by a man carrying a woman and two dogs.

During a red light stop, Armando Cano, identified as the suspect, exited his vehicle, approached the victims’ car, climbed onto the back, and jumped on the rear window, causing the glass to shatter. Broken glass affected one of the dogs, leading to the animal requiring emergency medical care. Authorities secured an arrest warrant for Cano, and on November 22, he was arrested in San Jose.

Cano has been booked into Santa Clara County Main Jail on charges of felony vandalism, battery, and animal abuse. San Jose police encourage anyone with information about the case to contact Detective Martinez (#4533) via email at 4533@sanjoseca.gov or by phone at 408-277-4161.

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