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article imageMan charged with dumping dead pets

By RobotGod     Feb 24, 2007 in Crime
A man who allegedly dumped more than 70 dead dogs, cats and other animals from a northern Virginia pet crematorium on national forest lands in West Virginia has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
Ronald Lee Henry Jr., 39, of Woodstock, Va., could get 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted of willful depredation of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, said U.S. Attorney Sharon L. Potter.
They are saying that it was done on Dec. 30, 2005. The sheriff said that the man worked for a crematorium at the time. He dumped them along the road instead of cremating them for some reason. And also on private property in neighboring areas. The final verdict was 90 days in jail,community service and 5 years probation.
He must have been a bit loony. Probably thought he was helping them or something. I suppose when you work around death like that you can get a little unbalanced. I bet the families are pretty heartbroken.
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