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|Judge(s):||Robert R. Otte|
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Saturday, Feb 27, 2010County: Lancaster
Defendant/Suspect: Anthony B. Hollman
Case Updates: 1 update(s) available
A man stabbed a pit bull three times in front of a 15-year-old and his mother late Saturday, Lincoln police say.
Lincoln Police stated that 48-year old Anthony Hollman stabbed the dog, after getting into a fight with his girlfriend early this morning.
Police arrested 48-year-old Anthony Hollman of 660 S. 20th St. on suspicion of felony animal abuse and child neglect after the alleged incident, Capt. David Beggs said.
Hollman had been upsetting the dog by prodding it with a broomstick when the dog bit him, Beggs said. Police say Hollman then grabbed a large butcher knife and stabbed the dog in the head, neck and side.
The dog was taken by animal control.
Hollman was treated for his bite at BryanLGH Medical Center West early Sunday, then taken to jail.
|A man who stabbed his girlfriend's pit bull in front of a 15-year-old and his mother in February has pleaded no contest to attempted animal cruelty, a misdemeanor.|
Anthony Hollman, 49, was sentenced Monday to 180 days in jail and given credit for 113 served.
Police said on Feb. 27 Hollman had been upsetting the dog by prodding it with a broomstick when the dog bit him. Police say Hollman then grabbed a large butcher knife and stabbed the dog in the head, neck and side.
The dog was taken by animal control. Hollman was treated for his bite, then taken to jail.
|Source: journalstar.com - Nov 2, 2010|
Update posted on Nov 2, 2010 - 9:53PM
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