• Judge finds man guilty of shooting fiancée's dog


    KENNEDY TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A Kennedy Township man has been found guilty of shooting his fiancée’s dog earlier this year.

    According to police, Brian Foley went on a drunken tirade at a backyard campfire in May, went inside a home and shot the dog.

    According to Channel 11’s news exchange partners at TribLIVE, a judge convicted Foley on animal cruelty and reckless endangerment charges.

    Foley claimed he was unloading the gun when it accidentally went off. His attorney plans to ask the judge for probation.

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