Accused Dog Killers Charged in Pit Bull Stabbing, Hanging
Two brothers now face up to four years in prison for felony animal death charges stemming from the stabbing and hanging of a pit bull in Lansing earlier this month.
Benjamin and Nicholas Conley, 33 and 30, were arraigned on Friday and now face animal death charges. The pit bull was found dead on September 6th in Lansing.
According to a report, one of the men admitted to stabbing the dog, but denied hanging the dog.
A hearing has been set for October 11.