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Burns sentenced for shooting dog

According to court documents, on March 24, Jordan Burns, who was charged with fourth-degree criminal property damage and torture of an animal in the shooting death of Rooster the dog, was sentenced.

Burns was charged with fourth-degree, intentional, property damage, which will result in the charge being dismissed upon successful completion of probation for one year. He was also required to make a $200 donation to one or more animal shelters in the state within one year as well as pay $1399 in restitution to the Winkler family, owner’s of the dog.

The animal torture charge was dismissed.



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