Roseville Woman Charged in Fatal Dog Hanging Case

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DETROIT, MI – A 28-year-old Roseville woman could face a number of years in prison after she allegedly killed her mothers dog.

Shavon LewisRoby, 28-years-old, of Roseville, has been charged in connection with the hanging her mother’s pet dog.

On Sunday June 14th, 2020, at 3:09 p.m., at a home in 990 block of East Euclid Street, it is alleged that Shavon LewisRoby took her mother’s dog and hung it from a gate with jumper cables. The dog was discovered by a neighbor who contacted Detroit Animal Care and Control (DACC).

The lifeless body of the dog recovered by DACC who gave it to investigators from the Michigan Humane Society and the Detroit Police Department. The investigation led to the identification and arrest of LewisRoby on June 16th, 2020.

Shavon LewisRoby has been charged with one count of Animal Killing – Second Degree, a felony carrying a maximum prison sentence of seven years in prison.

The defendant was arraigned today in 36th District Court. Her bond is $25,000/10%. The Probable Cause Conference is scheduled on June 26, 2020, and the Preliminary Examination is on July 1, 2020.

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