New Mexico Landscaper Asked To Bury ‘Cat’ In Backyard, But Hid Something Sickening

Albequerque-area landscaper David Zuber had been taking care of Thomas Dunn’s lawn for a few days before he made a request.

“He pulled the weeds, mows the yard, he takes care of the bushes of everything and lately he’s been acting a little strange. We noticed that before Christmas holiday,” Dunn said.

Zuber asked if he could bury his dog in Dunn’s back yard. It didn’t seem that strange at first; several passed pets had already been buried in a section of the yard. Dunn and most of his roommates had left on winter break, anyway.

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Thomas Dunn was contacted by a landscaper who wanted to bury his cat.

“Basically, this is where we have buried all of our dogs that have passed away,” Dunn said. “It was a cat that had died, one of his cats, and he needed to bury it.”

Dunn told Zuber he could bury his cat, and assumed he did, until he returned home.

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The landscaper buried something in Dunn’s backyard.

There were a few people with questions, waiting for him.

Homeland security, investigation teams, dig sites…everybody’s here,” Dunn said.

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David Zuber and his girlfriend Monique Romero (pictured left) had buried his 1-year-old daughter (right), who was killed as a result of abuse.

Zuber had buried something in Dunn’s backyard, but it wasn’t a cat. It was the body of his 1-year-old daughter.

“It was buried in the backyard underneath the remains of a dead dog. The body was inside two layers of a white plastic trash bag inside of a black duffel bag,” Dunn said.

Zuber and his girlfriend Monique Romero, were subsequently arrested and charged with child abuse resulting in death, Fox 8 reports.

Dunn maintains he had no idea Zuber intended to bury his dead child.

“It’s truly devastating, to be honest with you. Every time I see this, I wonder why,” said Dunn.

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