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HI: Hunter faces criminal charges after death of horse

October 16, 2012

By Jai Cunningham, KHON2.com

A Waialua man accused of animal cruelty made an appearance in court Tuesday morning.
 
David Ramirez III had hunting dogs that prosecutors believe attacked and killed a horse.
 
Aurora, a two year old horse who belonged to Raleigh Craighead, was killed by a pack of dogs who attacked her in her pen.
 
Ramirez faces numerous animal cruelty and dangerous dog counts. He remains free on $1400 bail, and his arraignment and plea was continued until October 30th.
 
If convicted, he could face up to a year in jail.

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