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Default Negro arrested for killing dog tied to a chain-link fence, set on fire in Virginia park


Man arrested for allegedly killing dog set on fire in Virginia park
Posted 4:28 pm, May 20, 2019

RICHMOND, Va. – A man accused of killing a dog found set on fire in a Virginia park has been arrested.

20-year-old Jyahshua A. Hill
was arrested without incident around 3 p.m. Monday by the U.S. Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force.

Hill was indicted by the Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury on May 8th on one count of felony animal cruelty.

On February 10, Richmond Fire Department units were called to Abner Clay Park, 200 West Clay Street, for a report of a dog being set on fire.

Firefighters found Tommie with severe burns to his body. He had been tied to a chain-link fence, doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire.

Tommie suffered burns on 40 percent of his body after he was doused in an accelerant and set on fire in a Richmond park. Despite round-the-clock care, he died five days after rescue.


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Lauren Harper Here’s a picture of him on his other Facebook page with a beautiful dog.....can’t help but be concerned about this pup too. Absolutely awful. No animal deserves this.

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