Police: Farmington High School Principal found naked, covered in dog's blood

(40/29 News) A high school principal was arrested Thursday after police allegedly found him naked in a house, covered with a dog's blood.

The Washington County Prosecutor's Office said 43-year-old Christopher Webb was arrested Thursday morning, charged with aggravated assault on a family member, domestic battery, interfering with emergency communication, endangering the welfare of a minor, resisting arrest and aggravated cruelty to a dog.

Farmington Police Chief Brian Hubbard said Webb is the Farmington High School principal. Hubbard was unable to comment about the status of Webb's employment.

Officers said they saw Webb choking a woman and a dead dog in the bathtub with its throat cut.

Bond has been set at $5,000 for Webb, who is being held in a hospital, prosecutors said.

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