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A judge postponed hearing a challenge of criminal arson and other charges filed against a pet shop owner and a co-defendant accused of torching a store where 27 puppies were rescued.
A business owner and her co-defendant pleaded not guilty Wednesday to revised charges, and a judge rejected a bid for lower bail while they await trial on arson and other charges in a Las Vegas pet shop fire where 27 puppies were rescued.
A judge in Las Vegas extended a temporary ban Tuesday on a plan to raffle 27 puppies rescued from a pet shop fire, at least until he hears testimony from a man who claims store ownership and property rights over the animals.
A judge said Friday she was troubled by a jailhouse recording of a phone call between a fledgling professional boxer arrested in Indiana and a Las Vegas pet shop owner who are together accused of torching a store where firefighters rescued 27 puppies.
A pet shop owner pleaded not guilty Monday to torching her Las Vegas business, where firefighters rescued 27 puppies.
A man accused of trying to torch a Las Vegas pet shop where firefighters rescued 27 puppies is due for his first court appearance on arson and other charges.
An initial court appearance has been postponed for a man accused of torching a Las Vegas pet shop where firefighters rescued 27 puppies.
A fledgling boxer accused of trying to burn a pet shop where 27 puppies were rescued last month has been returned in custody to Las Vegas to face arson and other charges, authorities said Thursday.
A Las Vegas pet shop owner has been indicted on felony and misdemeanor charges accusing her of setting fire to her storefront business where 27 puppies were rescued last month.
A judge refused Tuesday to reduce bail for a pet store owner accused with a co-defendant of setting fire to the shop where 27 puppies were rescued.
A man accused in Las Vegas of helping a pet shop owner in the city torch her store with 27 puppies inside is expected to face transport in custody from Indiana to Nevada to face multiple felony charges.
A Las Vegas pet shop owner who prosecutors say was seen on security cameras torching her store with 27 puppies inside was handcuffed and taken to jail on Friday after a judge raised her bail by more than $250,000.
A Las Vegas judge will be asked whether a pet shop owner should remain free while fighting criminal charges that she torched her store with 27 puppies inside.
Animal rights activists swarmed outside a California courtroom, to protest a Las Vegas pet shop owner who stands accused of partnering with an arsonist to burn down her building – and trying to kill all 27 puppies inside.
Animal rights advocates held signs and cursed a Las Vegas pet shop owner as she arrived at court Wednesday to face criminal charges and accusations that she conspired with an arsonist to burn her store with 27 puppies inside.