As jury selection was about to begin Monday, a North Texas teenager that killed and mutilated a neighbor’s cat pleaded guilty to a charge of animal cruelty.
The trial of a teenager from Grand Prairie charged with cruelty to animals and use of a deadly weapon was delayed Thursday to Jan. 6, 2014.
A 17-year-old from Grand Prairie is charged with hitting a neighbor’s cat in the head 30 times with a hammer before decapitating and eviscerating with a knife.
Calhoun County authorities have assigned a deputy and investigator to the continuing theft or mutilation deaths of Barbado sheep outside Port Lavaca.
A Mesquite man accused of beating and drowning his pit bull in August is speaking out from jail and explaining his actions and regret.
Police in Richardson are trying to determine who left a dead goat hanging from a goal post Friday on the practice field at Berkner High School.
More than 200 animals seized from a Celina no kill animal shelter earlier this month are now clean, well fed and prepped for new lives. And it’s taken a tremendous effort to make it happen.
The final sentence has been handed down in a case that outraged North Texas animal lovers.
There will not be a trial over the puppy that was burned alive in Pleasant Grove – and animal rights activists are not happy about it.
North Texas prosecutors claimed a woman was an animal abuser and hoarder, a jury agreed and now she’s headed to jail. An Ellis County jury found Michelle Lorraine Lehman guilty on nine counts of animal cruelty.
A Dallas woman is facing felony charges after police discovered her dead dog in her apartment garage.
A woman has been charged with animal cruelty when her dog died after being left in her closed car during a Central Texas shopping trip.