“He was floating like a log past us and suddenly his front leg moved like he was waving at us,” Brodzky explained. “We pulled the poor creature from the water and took him to an animal shelter, where he was said to be in poor shape but strong enough to survive.”
Demontt Allen from Huston, Texas plead guilty to conspiracy charges Tuesday in Montgomery, Alabama along with William Antone Edwards of Brantley, and Lawrence Watford of Adel, Georgia. No sentencing date has yet been set. Conspiracy is a crime punishable by up to five years in Federal prison, and fines of up to $250,000.
“It was a horrific crime and I think the punishment reflects that,” said Michele Miller told The Star-Ledger after the hearing. “She broke into someone’s home and killed their dog and they watched it happen. Not too many things are more disturbing than that,” said Miller.