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It was one of the worst cases of animal cruelty known to have happened in North Texas. This past April, a 4-month old puppy was set on fire and left to die. Today the four suspects in the animal torture case were back before a judge.
A man accused of setting a puppy on fire saw his bond cut in half Friday.
The 18-year-old Dallas man accused of hanging and burning a puppy named Justice is appearing in court on Thursday to ask for a bond reduction.
Friday night, Darius Ewing surrendered himself to police for the torture of Justice the puppy.
Darius Ewing, an 18-year-old suspect in an dog abuse case, has turned himself in to Dallas Police. The announcement of the arrest was made Friday night at a vigil held for the dog, who rescuers called Justice.
Dallas police now have a suspect in the animal abuse case involving Justice; the puppy set on fire two weeks ago. Dallas Sheriff’s Department officials say they’ve received an arrest warrant and are now actively looking for 18-year-old Darius Ewing.
If you have any information on the people who lit Justice on fire, please call 214.373.8477.
Justice is recovering from being set on fire by a group of criminals. Please help him.
Police need help finding suspects who doused a 4-month-old puppy with lighter fluid and set him on fire last week in southeast Dallas.
You may remember back in 2007 there were several sexual assault cases at TYC facilities that moved the legislature to totally revamp the youth commission.
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