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Friday, Dec 20, 2013County: Lewis
Defendant/Suspect: Kameron D. Williams
A Lewis County judged sentenced the 22-year-old who shot his father's goat last December with a bow and arrow to "make a sacrifice to God" to two days in jail and to undergo a mental health evaluation after the Toledo man pleaded guilty earlier this month.
Kameron D. Williams pleaded guilty to second-degree animal cruelty and third-degree malicious mischief on March 5 in relation to the death of the goat, according to court documents. Superior Court Judge James Lawler sentenced Williams to two days in jail, with credit for two days served.
- The Chronicle - March 20, 2014
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