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Saturday, Feb 4, 2012County: Santa Rosa
Alleged: Harold McMillion
A 51-year-old man was arrested Feb. 28 after he allegedly shot and killed a part-time Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer's dog.
The incident occured on Feb. 4 while Marshall Fuqua, two volunteers and Fuqua's Jack Russell terrier were in the wooded area of Blackwater Wildlife Management Area trying to track down a wounded deer reported to FWC.
During the hunt, the dog got ahead of Fuqua and while Fuqua was looking for the dog, he heard two gun shots come from a nearby road.
Once he got to the road, Fuqua said he saw evidence his dog had been shot and asked Harold McMillion about it. The Crestview man said he had been hunting in the area and had just shot twice at a deer.
When Fuqua went a little further up the road, he found the small white dog, and it had died from two apparent gunshot wounds.
McMillion was charged with animal cruelty and criminal mischief. He was booked in the Santa Rosa County Jail.
- thedestinlog.com - Mar 2, 2012
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