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Bobcat eating suspect in court next week

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Bobcat eating suspect in court next week

Henry Arnibal, the west Morgan Hill man accused of killing and eating a wild bobcat, will be back in court for pre-trial proceedings April 26, according to South Santa Clara County deputy supervising district attorney Steve Lowney.

Arnibal, 38, was arrested Nov. 8, 2011, when sheriff’s deputies, investigating a possible illegal marijuana garden on the property he was living on, found cockfighting instruments, a small amount of methamphetamine and a bobcat carcass, police said.

No marijuana was found on the property near Sleepy Valley Road and Armsby Lane in west Morgan Hill, authorities said.

He was charged with possession of methamphetamine, being under the influence of methamphetamine, possession of illegal cockfighting implements and the unlawful killing of a bobcat, authorities said.

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