Tyson Chance Mullins, 22, of Lubbock, suspected of beating an 8-week old Daschund to death on June 8 has been charged with four counts of animal cruelty and will face a grand jury on Tuesday.

Dog beating case leads to grand jury

BETH AARON
AVALANCHE-JOURNAL

The man accused of beating an 8-week-old Daschund puppy to death will face a grand jury on Tuesday.

Tyson Chance Mullins, 22, of Lubbock has been charged with four counts of cruelty to animals, said Kevin Overstreet, Animal Services manager.

At about 3:45 a.m. on June 5, Lubbock police were called to Savannah Oaks Apartments, 5204 50th St., in response to a civil disturbance where a dog had been beaten.

A neighbor told officers he heard a commotion coming from inside the man’s apartment. When he went to investigate the noise, the witness said he saw the puppy on the floor, unable to get up.

If convicted, Mullins could face up to two years in prison, Overstreet said. (Lubbock Online)

We’ll be waiting the outcome of this and hope if he is found guilty that he gets the maximum sentence.  It’s time these abuser start paying for their crimes!!

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