The man suspected in a string of disappearances and murders of animals at the Dallas Zoo – including the theft of two emperor tamarin monkeys – was arrested Thursday at an aquarium, probably while planning some sort of perverted fish heist, the Associated Press reports.
Davion Irvin, 24, was charged with six counts of animal cruelty. Cops nailed Irvin after an employee at the Dallas Aquarium saw the weirdo acting suspiciously near an exhibit. The two monkeys were found and returned to the Dallas Zoo, as was the leopard who escaped through a hole cut in the fence. Irvin has only been connected to the monkey-napping thus far, though more charges are likely pending, particularly in the escape of a leopard and the death of an endangered vulture.