CAMBRIDGE, Illinois — Gathered outside the Henry County Courthouse were groups of people calling on “Justice for Thor.”
On Wednesday, August 9, a hearing was scheduled for the 17-year-old who was accused of tying the dog up in a bag and using a box cutter to slash his neck.
At the hearing the teen heard his charges. He is facing one count of animal torture and one count of aggravated cruelty.
The pre-trial hearing has been set for August 23.
As for the puppy, named “Thor,” he is recovering from his injuries. Thor was also outside the courthouse with his supporters.