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March 7, 2013

No charges against teen who killed pit bull

TAHLEQUAH — The staff of District Attorney Brian Kuester has declined to file charges against Caisen Green, who shot and killed with an arrow what is now believed to be a stray pit bulldog, and posted a photo on Facebook.

A spokesman for the DA's office said there is "not nearly enough evidence" for an animal cruelty charge.

The Press will have an update a bit later today when we have more details and are able to compile a story.

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