Suspect in dog killing turns himself in

An Israeli man wanted for leaving the severed head of a dog outside the front door of the head of a moshav near Beit Shemesh has turned himself in, police said Wednesday. The dog, a white German Shepherd, belonged to the son of the head of Moshav Ness Harim, located seven kilometers east of Beit Shemesh. The dog's carcass was left near the door of the son's house after the Tuesday morning attack. The motive for the animal brutalization was a dispute between the two men, the police said.