Nail gun treatment needed ... | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Nail gun treatment needed ...

Posted By on Thu, Nov 29, 2007 at 5:52 AM

... for the perpetrator of this act, though it be only a misdemeanor thanks to the Arkansas Farm Bureau.

HUNTSVILLE -- Cats have nine lives. Raccoons and dogs only one -- short ones in Madison County.

Madison County Sheriff's Deputies are trying to figure out who killed, skinned and draped a large dog over a Huntsville High School teacher's gate east of town.

The incident comes less than a month after Jerick Hutchinson, another Huntsville High School teacher, killed a raccoon with a nail gun and skinned it as part of a class lesson.

Madison County Sheriff Phillip Morgan said the teacher who found the dog is suspected of turning in Hutchinson to the Humane Society for his treatment of the raccoon.

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