Bond Reduction Denied for Accused Cat Killers

FORSYTH, Mo. - Motions for reduced bond are denied for two Branson teenagers accused of torturing a kitten leading to its death.

Kyle Williams and Jordan Hall remain in the Taney County Jail on 15-thousand dollars bond apiece.

The 18-year-olds are scheduled to return to court on July 6th.

Williams and Hall are each charged with felony counts of animal abuse and armed criminal action.

On June 3rd, Williams posted a video of the brutal incident on Facebook, leading police to the location where he was arrested.

Williams is accused of tying up the cat, and Hall is accused of driving a vehicle that dragged the kitten behind it.


(Sam Clanton, Hometowndailynews.com)
 


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