Trial today, for man accused of killing dog with pellet gun

posted by Bill Williams - 

A non-jury trial is being held today in Columbia County Court, for a Germantown man, who was charged last September, after a neighbor's dog was killed with a pellet gun. Michael Jennings was charged under Buster's Law by State Police.


Original Press Release:

Buster's Law Arrest in Germantown

NEW YORK STATE POLICE Major Robert C. GregoryTroop K Commander

PRESS RELEASE

On September 6, 2017 Troopers from the Livingston barracks responded to the area of Church Avenue in the Town of Germantown to investigate an incident in which a family pet dog was shot and killed. 

The dog, an American Pitbull Terrier, was transported to the Round Top Animal Hospital in Germantown where an autopsy was conducted. It was determined that the cause of death was due to multiple pellet wounds from a pellet gun. 

On September 7, 2017 the Bureau of Criminal Investigation at Livingston continued the investigation. The investigation resulted in the arrest of Michael W. Jennings, 23 of Germantown. 

Jennings was arrested and charged with New York State Agriculture and Markets Law 353a, Aggravated Cruelty to Animals, a Class E Felony. He is set to be arraigned later this date.

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