2nd suspect convicted in Olney cat burning
OLNEY - February 3, 2014 (WPVI) -- A second man has been convicted of setting a cat on fire in Olney last November.
Eighteen year old Jose Sanchez was fined $2,400. He was also sentenced to two years probation and he cannot own animals for that time.
His co-conspirator Tyrique Hall pleaded guilty last month.
The cat, named 'Campbell,' recovered and was adopted by a firefighter.
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