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March 7, 2013

BREAKING NEWS: Cherokee County teen who killed dog won't be charged

— District 27 prosecutors have declined to charge a Cherokee County teen who admitted to killing a pit bull terrier with a bow and arrow.

District 27 First Assistant District Attorney Jack Thorp stated that Caisen Green, 18, would face no prosecution regarding the dog’s death in February.

Green told investigators the dog appeared diseased, and rushed him while he was practicing archery at his rural Cherokee County home. After killing the dog, Green took its picture, and posted it on Facebook with the message: “For all you Pit lovers out there. Here’s what happens when one shows up around my house.”

Read more in Friday’s Muskogee Phoenix

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