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2 Men Accused Of Shooting Hunting Dogs

March 23, 2012

From WXII12.com

Suspects To Appear In Court Next Month

Authorities in Caswell County said two men have been charged after a weeks-long investigation into the reported shooting of hunting dogs.
Joseph Brewster King, 75, of Reidsville and Joseph Lee King, 51, of Greensboro have been charged with felonious cruelty to animals.
Reports were filed with the Caswell County Sheriff's Office in December.
"The Caswell County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of hunting dogs being shot in the area of 4840 Solomon Lea Road," officials said in a news release. "After completion of the investigation, Caswell County Sheriff's Office Investigators met with the District Attorney's Office where the case was reviewed and sent before the Grand Jury."
Indictments were handed up this week. Both men are scheduled to appear in Caswell County Superior Court next month.

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