Indiana man gets 2.5 years for killing, burning ex-girlfriend's dogs
WXIN / Indiana State Police
Jordan Hunt was sentenced Monday after a Pike County jury convicted him in May of felony domestic violence animal cruelty.

via WXIN:

PETERSBURG, Ind. (WXIN/AP) -- A southwestern Indiana man has been sentenced to two and a half years in jail for allegedly killing and burning his ex-girlfriend’s two dogs.

Jordan Hunt was sentenced Monday after a Pike County jury convicted him in May of felony domestic violence animal cruelty.

WFIE-TV reports the Hazleton man was arrested last September after police say he entered the Evansville home of a woman he had formerly dated and stole, shot and burned her golden doodle and pit bull-lab mix.

Deputy Prosecutor Sarah Christianson told jurors during Hunt’s trial that he intended to hurt his ex-girlfriend after she told him their relationship was over.

MORE: Indiana man accused of killing, burning ex-girlfriend’s dogs sentenced to 2 ½ years in jail - WXIN

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