Eau Claire teen accused of slitting dog's throat

By: Chris Verhyen Email
By: Chris Verhyen Email
An 18-year-old Eau Claire man is accused of killing a dachshund by slitting the little dog

MGN Online

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A teenager is accused of killing a dog by slitting its throat.

18-year-old Christopher Bong is charged in Eau Claire County with mistreatment of animals, carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct.

According to the criminal complaint, Bong slit the throat of the dog after the dog's 15-year-old owner, and the owners mom, got in an argument over the weekend.

Bong is accused of then burying the dog under some rocks by a railroad track near their home.

If convicted, Bong faces more than four years in prison.

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