Jurors decide he used excessive force when breaking up dogfight
By Vicky Gits
Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 10:49 am
A jury on Aug. 30 found a Lakewood man guilty of aggravated animal cruelty in connection with an incident involving a confrontation between two dogs in Columbine Knolls South II in October 2011.
A rat terrier named Bubba and a three-legged Doberman mix named Holly wound up in a confrontation, and the owner of the terrier, Jason Michael Sharrett, 41, intervened. The Doberman died a few days later, and authorities alleged that Sharrett used excessive force to break up the dogfight.
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