Princeton Man Sentenced To 1-Year In Jail For Killing Girlfriend’s Dog
PRINCETON -- A Princeton man has been sentenced to one year in prison for torturing and killing his girlfriend's dog.
24-year-old Anthony Sather was sentenced today (Monday) in Sherburne County District court.
He was found guilty to one count of animal cruelty, one count of fifth degree of a controlled substance, reckless handling of a firearm and ordered to pay over $300-dollars in restitution.
Back in January, Sather was arrested for beating, kicking and shooting his then-girlfriends husky mix named Draco, which he admitted to videotaping.
He was also given four years of supervised probation, where he is not allowed to own a pet, have contact with the victim and her family, and must take an updated Psychological Evaluation within thirty days of being released from jail.
Because of the 225 days in jail Sather has already served, he will be out in about a month.