Golfer accused of beating goose to death with club at Putnam County Golf Course

The SPCA charged Enrico Sarli, of Carmel, with one count of animal cruelty. The state Department of Environmental Conservation police issued him a summons.

Bob Doda

Aug 21, 2023, 9:55 PM

Updated 296 days ago

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A golfer is facing an animal cruelty charge for allegedly beating a Canada goose to death at the Putnam County Golf Course in Mahopac.
According to the Putnam County SPCA:
“Witnesses claimed a Canada Goose was struck by a golf ball and dazed. A golfer on the 14th hole then proceeded to allegedly strike the goose several times with his club, walk away, then notice the goose was still moving, come back and strike the goose again.”
The SPCA charged Enrico Sarli, of Carmel, with one count of animal cruelty. The state Department of Environmental Conservation police issued him a summons.
Sarli is set to be arraigned in Carmel court on Sept. 12.


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