Petition for Mandatory Minimum Prison Sentence for Dogfighters and People Collecting Cats, Kittens and Other Bait Animals for Them

Cleveland, Ohio, dogfighter Angelo McCoy was first arrested for dogfighting during a November 2014 raid in Akron. McCoy, who ran from officers that night, was sentenced to a year of probation rather than prison. While McCoy was on probation, he was busted for dogfighting again — in June 2015. “He was sentenced to 10 months in prison,” reported.

Department of Justice Dogfighting-Related Press Releases

You could help save a lot of lives by warning family, friends and people in community groups on social media that bait dogs, cats, kittens and other animals are not a myth, that dogfighters don’t look how people expect them to look and that a dogfighting arrest in your city does not mean the dogfighter’s…


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