CBS 4: Miami Man, Dvir Dehry, Charged In Animal Cruelty Case Involving Hundreds Of Emaciated, Sick Farm Animals

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A South Florida man is facing more than 60 counts of animal cruelty and animal abandonment charges after police found hundreds of farm animals living in horrible conditions on a Redland property.

Police were first called to the five acre home at 26700 SW 182nd Avenue in late December, 2018 for a dispute between the property owner, Dvir Dehry, and a tenant, Earl Miller.

Miller is identified as the animal caretaker at the time and lived on the property; according to court documents and Dehry is the owner of the property and owner of all of the animals.

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NBC 6: Man Seen in Miami Beach Beaten Dog
Video Charged With Animal Cruelty

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Miami, Fla. – The Office of State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle collaborated with Miami Beach Detectives Gus Sanchez and Mariana Jomarron and Miami-Dade Animal Services to investigate a involving Sigman Hernandez. Defendant Sigman Hernandez pled guilty to one count of felony Animal Cruelty for intentionally killing his Yorkshire Terrier puppy by stomping and choking her to death inside a parking garage at a Publix Supermarket in Miami Beach. Hernandez was sentenced to 9 months in the Miami-Dade County Jail followed by two years of house arrest and 1 year of probation.

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