Category Archives: Animal Cruelty

Hunter Accepts Plea For Shooting Nearby Farmer’s Dog

  Tyler M. McKeon, a hunter in the Bay City area, is accused of shooting a neighbor’s dog. He was scheduled to appear before Judge Joseph K. Sheeran for his trial a few days ago, however he chose instead to skip the trial and accept a plea bargain. McKeon has entered a no contest plea […]

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Animal Rights Soon To Change In Michigan?

Animal rights have always been a rather polarizing subject. Some people believe that animals should have the same rights and protections as people, while others believe that they are less intrinsically valuable than humans and shouldn’t be afforded the same rights. Either way, whatever your beliefs, it will be interesting to see whether or not […]

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Alpena County Animal Cruelty Charges

Guilty Plea Entered to Animal Cruelty  Debra Lewandowski, a 53-year-old resident of Alpena County, has recently pled guilty to several criminal charges, after she was accused of keeping a significant number of animals in “horrifying” conditions on her farm in northeastern Michigan.

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Saginaw Animal Cruelty Investigation

Animal Cruelty Charges for Calf Left to Die? In the morning of September 12, an employee of the Kochville Township Gander Mountain happened to notice a calf in the dumpster behind the store. The Sheriff’s Department was notified, and Animal Control was called in. The calf was still alive, but only barely. Although the calf […]

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Lapeer County Cruelty to Animals

Will There be Charges in Dog Shooting? On March 28th, an unnamed man from Goodland Township drove his 2-year-old dog, Gemma, out to a secluded area in the woods, and shot her in the head with a crossbow. While trying to locate something to wrap her body in for burial, she ran away. Luckily for Gemma, […]

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Michigan Animal Cruelty Law

Animal Cruelty Legislation Delayed Current Michigan law says that anyone convicted of mutilating or killing an animal can be sentenced to prison for up to four years.  There is a current Senate bill aimed at increasing penalties and reclassifying aspects of the law.  However, voting on the bill has been delayed.

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Sponsors of “Logan’s Law” Set To Try Again

Logan’s Law Would Mandate Animal Abuser Registry On January 18th, Senate leaders chose not to place the bi-partisan bill package entitled “Logan’s Law” on the Michigan Senate agenda, thereby not allowing the House bill to be put to the vote. But the sponsors of Logan’s Law, Rep. Paul Muxlow and Rep. Harvey Santana, have not given […]

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Michigan Animal Cruelty Charges

Two Facing Animal Cruelty Charges After Videos Posted on Youtube Animal cruelty, like child abuse, can be a very volatile subject that elicits very strong emotional reactions in people. So it is likely that the two men from northern Michigan who are accused of videotaping the mauling death of a coyote and posting it online […]

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Michigan Animal Cruelty Charges

Howell Township Woman Pleads Guilty Margaret Elaine Komorny, a 77-year-old woman from Howell Township, MI, has pled guilty to a felony charge of animal cruelty. The plea was entered on Tuesday, June 2nd, in the Livingston County District Court. Komorny is now facing a potential 4 years in prison, in addition to fines of up […]

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