2 Teens Accused Of Burying Puppy Alive - Bakersfield News Story - KERO BakersfieldBAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- Officers with the Bakersfield Police Department have arrested two teens who were in the process of burying live dogs.Sgt. Mary DeGeare said that about 8:20 a.m. Monday, the BPD received a call regarding two boys, 15 and 17 years old, who were burying live dogs in the 1900 block of East Planz Road.A homeowner said they saw two teens, one of whom was striking one of three puppies with a stick. The boys then began to bury the same puppy in a pre-dug hole on the shoulder of the road where East Planz Road intersects with Hale Street, DeGeare said.DeGeare said the witness called the police and then confronted the boys, who both ran.Police said the buried puppy was freeing itself from the dirt and the other two puppies were loose nearby.The 17-year-old returned to the area and the younger returned later with a parent.The BPD's investigation revealed the animals were owned by the boys, and they were attempting to dispose of the dogs because of problems they were causing in their yard, DeGeare said.Both boys were arrested on charges of conspiracy and animal cruelty and taken to Juvenile Hall.The 8-week-old pit bull mix puppies were taken by city Animal Control.
I thought this was a more appropriate place for this disgusting news story than Pets. Future serial killers little bastards.