Louisiana woman pleads guilty in carjacking that ended in dog's death
KDVR / Baton Rouge Parish
Leslie Aguillard, 30, entered pleas Monday to charges of carjacking, battery and animal cruelty.

via WGNO:

BATON ROUGE, La. (WGNO) -- A woman accused of stealing a truck and leaving a dog inside it to die in the Louisiana heat has pleaded guilty.

News outlets report 30-year-old Leslie Aguillard entered pleas Monday to charges of carjacking, battery and animal cruelty. She was accused of taking a man’s pickup truck while he stepped inside a Baton Rouge doughnut shop last summer.

The man’s Labrador-Weimaraner mix was inside. The man tried to stop the theft but was dragged. The vehicle was later found with the dog dead of apparent heat exhaustion.

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