There was powerful testimony in the trial for two brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire in Baltimore City.
Gut-wrenching opening arguments in the retrial for the Baltimore twin brothers accused of setting a dog on fire then leaving it to die.
A new trial is underway for twin brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire on a Baltimore street. Once again, animal advocates are closely watching developments.
Jury selection could begin as soon as Monday in the retrial of twin brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire.
The Baltimore Sun reports that a body has been found in a burned car near Hunt Valley Thursday morning.
Twin brothers are being retried for allegedly leaving a pit bull to die in the streets of Baltimore. It’s a case being closely watched by animal abuse advocates around the world.
The trial of twin brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire in 2009 has been postponed. A new trial date has not been confirmed.
When a dog was set on fire in Baltimore, the case stunned the city with its cruelty and callousness. The two teens accused of that crime were to go on trial for the second time Wednesday, but the case has been pushed back.
After one of the most brutal cases of animal abuse in Baltimore City, a man is honored for helping lead police to the suspects.
A group of teenagers gathered in the woods to watch two dogs fight. It’s the latest example of the growing animal cruelty in Maryland.
When a Siberian Husky was shot and killed at a Severn dog park by an off duty federal police officer, animal lovers were outraged. After the officer was convicted of misdemeanor charges, there was a call for stiffer penalties for animal abuse.
A cat and dog burned. Because of two high-profile animal abuse cases right here in Baltimore there’s a push to protect pets.