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Probation revoked for man who threatened girlfriend and allegedly killed her cat

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A man who served time in prison for stabbing someone after a domestic dispute will be returned to prison after allegations that he threatened a new girlfriend and killed her cat.

After hearing from witnesses Monday, Feb. 21, in Columbia County Superior Court, Chief Judge James G. Blanchard Jr. r...

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  1. Sandy I know this must have mad you as mad as it made me knowing this guy killed the cat! Hope he simmers down and leaves that girlfriend alone. Anyone that would do this to her cat should sleep with both eyes open.

  2. It ain’t about a cat people. It’s about a thug who has already hurt people and will probably kill or severly injur his girlfriend if she’s dumb enough to ever be around him again. She should get a pistol that she can handle and learn to use use it well. Keep it close and never leave home without it if this thug ever gets out of jail.
    Question??? Why haven’t new charges of animal cruelty and his threats been filed? He should have MANY years left before he ever sees free daylight again.
    BTW: I’m sorry for her longtime pet. I hate people being cruel to any animal, but it’s still about PEOPLE, people.

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