After a family dinner, George and the rest of the family went for a walk through the park.
But then George spotted a deer on the side of the road and ran out of the house.
He had a few beers, but George decided to go home.
“My parents were in the kitchen, and George came running in and sat down on the couch, and he just kept crying,” his mother, Barbara, told the ABC News program “20/20.”
He said the deer was a “good boy” and George gave him a hug.
He said that while he was gone, he heard George’s mom call 911.
“She said, ‘George, what happened?'”
George then went to sleep and woke up a few hours later.
He was told by 911 that the deer had injured a girl in the woods.
He also said that he and his mother had just gone out to a nearby restaurant and that they had left George with a couple of other friends.
Police responded to the area, and they arrested George and charged him with felony animal cruelty.
“He was arrested at home,” said Lt.
Brian O’Connor of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
“The police went in there, and a deputy was in a confrontation with him.
It’s a bad idea for him to have an animal in his home, and I think he had an argument with his mother.”
Barbara and George, who are from Long Beach, California, said that George did not have an attorney present during the arrest.
“When I heard about it, I was devastated,” Barbara said.
“I was just shocked that George was charged with felony cruelty to animals.”
The charges are the same as those brought against George in May 2016.
George has also been in and out of jail since the incident, but the charges against him in 2017 were more severe.
Barbara said that in the last month, she has been in court three times for different hearings, and she had to get an attorney to represent her in those hearings.
Barbara and her husband have spent the past several months trying to convince the court that George’s actions are justified.
George’s lawyer, John McManus, told ABC News that the charges are “not just an attempt to harass me and my family, they are criminal acts that he was doing at that time.”
George and his family also filed a civil lawsuit against the city of Long Beach and the city’s Animal Care and Control department.
“This is the first time that this type of case has come to court,” said Barbara.
“We are still trying to prove it.”
The city has denied the lawsuit and filed a countersuit that alleges that the city was negligent in its handling of George’s case.
“Allowing a human being to endanger and endanger a deer with a broken neck would be a felony, and we expect the city to vigorously defend the criminal charges against George,” said a city spokesperson.
“It is our policy to notify law enforcement of suspected violations of city ordinances, but that is not always the case.”
The attorney for George said he would be seeking an injunction to prevent the city from releasing George.