Adrienne Martin was charged in the animal cruelty case involving a shepherd mix named "Brownie," who was doused in gasoline and set on fire back on July 10. The extensive burns over much of Brownie's body proved to be fatal.
Martin was arrested a few days after Brownie was burned; she had posted comments on her Facebook page with indicated that she was involved in the dog's horrific death.
Martin has posted the following to her Facebook page:
“I’m on killa mode… kill dogs… today,”
“I mean what I say and I say what I mean… all dogs don’t go to heaven.”
Martin's lawyer, Philip Dennis, stated:
I wish everyone, including members of Stray Rescue, would wait until there is some kind of verdict or finding in this case before they start trying to crucify someone,”
Martin is due back in court in November.
Prior story on Martin's arrest here.
Story about Brownie's death here.
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