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Man Charged with Animal Cruelty Refuses to Give up Dogs

January 30th, 2013 at 3:34 pm

Man Charged with Animal CrueltyAccording to a report by 89 WLS, Jarcivius Taylor refuses to give up the dogs that he has been accused of abusing. The dogs were found to be severely emaciated and malnourished. Police believe that the dogs were being used in an underground dog fighting ring.

According to law enforcement, they were given an anonymous tip by a neighbor reporting that he was abusing animals at his residence. Upon the execution of a search warrant, they found two severely injured dogs. There was one female and one male dog who both had what were described as gruesome injuries. Both of them had deformed front legs, wounds that were still open and a myriad of old scars. All of these injuries are indicative of dog fighting. The female dog was extremely underweight and doctors stated that she showed signs of overbreeding. Her paws were stained by urine which proves that she was forced to stand in her own filth for extended periods of time. She is in such bad shape that she may need to be euthanized.

Law enforcement also found several illegal firearms, cocaine, marijuana and cash. Even with the overwhelming evidence against him, he refuses to give up the dogs to the authorities. He is facing charges of aggravated animal cruelty as well as various drug and gun charges.

If you find yourself being charged with misdemeanor or felony charges, you need to retain an aggressive and experienced Illinois criminal defense attorney right away. Your attorney will ensure that your case is handled correctly and that your case is presented to the court in the best way possible. Do not let the police or prosecution lead you to believe that you do not have a chance to win the case at all. In most cases, even with overwhelming evidence, your attorney can make a deal with the prosecuting attorneys.

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Written by Staff Writer

January 30th, 2013 at 3:34 pm

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