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.
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