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(KSL News) Salt Lake City police arrested a woman Wednesday accused of decapitating her pet rabbit.
Police say after decapitating the rabbit, 36-year-old Christina Hobbs showed the separated head to her roommate saying, "I finally did it."
The two got into an argument, and the roommate says Hobbs held a knife to his chest and grabbed their dog. He was able to wrestle the knife away, and Hobbs ran up to the rooftop.
That's where police found her a short time later. She was arrested and booked into jail and placed on suicide watch.