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32-year-old Farren Oliver is free on a $17,500 bond after admitting to killing her boyfriend’s dog, attacking him with a Swiffer sweeper, and taking a pry bar to his car. Police say she told Joseph Donald she was going to poison his dog, and later that evening texted him photos eating, stating she “gave him something.” He got home and took his dog to the emergency vet, where it died. He provided police with an audio recording of Oliver admitting to giving the dog Xylitol. When he was then gathering some of his things from the home to leave she hit him on the head with a Swiffer sweeper, leaving significant injury to his head, and she attacked him, leaving scratches on his body. She ran into the house and locked him out, so he then climbed through the window to continue retrieving his belongings. While he was doing that, Farren went outside with a flat pry bar and smashed his windshield, windows, and tail lights. A ring video doorbell captured the incident; however, Farren would not allow police to view it.
Farren Michelle Oliver of Xavier Dr in Antioch, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on April 13th, charged with animal cruelty, vandalism, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is free on a $17,500 bond.
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