A Naples woman has been arrested after allegedly shooting her boyfriend's dog during an argument on Sunday.
According to a report from the Collier County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to 11141 Laakso Lane around 2:45 a.m.
A gray pitbull was found deceased in the front yard of the home due to an apparent gunshot wound.
Deputies spoke with witnesses Alexis A. Story, and Blake E. Wyatt, who say they had been to a bar earlier in the evening with Gresham and her boyfriend, Carlos Jesus Ramos.
Both witnesses told deputies that Gresham and Ramos started arguing at the bar and the group decided to leave.
On the drive home, they say the fighting continued and Gresham began punching Ramos on several different occasions.
When they arrived back at Gresham's residence on Laakso Lane, verbal arguments reportedly continued as Gresham disappeared into the bedroom.
It was at this time, witnesses told deputies, that several gunshots were heard coming from the bedroom.
An investigation of the bedroom revealed .380 caliber magazine, bullets, and one bullet casing as well as a plastic bag containing a wet bathing suit, a bloody towel, a bullet, and fecal matter.
No firearm was recovered.
Collier County Domestic Animal Services responded and removed the deceased dog from the scene.
Ramos advised deputies that the dog had been pregnant.