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Columbia man denied bond in dog mutilation case


The Boone County Court says Brandon Harris currently has an out-of-state hold for no bond so he doesn't qualify for it.
Boone County Jail
The Boone County Court says Brandon Harris currently has an out-of-state hold for no bond so he doesn't qualify for it.

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

A Columbia man accused of mutilating his dog was denied bond.

The Boone County Court says Brandon Harris currently has an out-of-state hold for no bond so he doesn't qualify for it.

Harris is charged with animal abuse after he cut off the front paw of his dog for an alleged sacrifice on June 7 at his home in the 7300 block of Moberly Drive.

He has a preliminary hearing on July 21.

Harris does not have a defense attorney according to online court records.

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