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  • Great Falls man pleads guilty in kitten burning deaths, asks for 'second chance'

    Christopher Rainey, 27, was sentnced to two years in prison Friday after he pleaded guilty to arson and ill treatment of animals from a May incident at his family's home. He used gasoline to burn down a shed that had five kittens in it, and four later died, said 6th Circuit Solicitor Candice Lively. Rainey also pleaded guilty to other incidents of illegal use of a vehicle and damage to the Chester County jail.

Christopher Rainey, 27, was sentnced to two years in prison Friday after he pleaded guilty to arson and ill treatment of animals from a May incident at his family's home. He used gasoline to burn down a shed that had five kittens in it, and four later died, said 6th Circuit Solicitor Candice Lively. Rainey also pleaded guilty to other incidents of illegal use of a vehicle and damage to the Chester County jail. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Christopher Rainey, 27, was sentnced to two years in prison Friday after he pleaded guilty to arson and ill treatment of animals from a May incident at his family's home. He used gasoline to burn down a shed that had five kittens in it, and four later died, said 6th Circuit Solicitor Candice Lively. Rainey also pleaded guilty to other incidents of illegal use of a vehicle and damage to the Chester County jail. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

Great Falls man sentenced in arson, kitten-burning deaths asks for ‘second chance’

September 08, 2017 5:27 PM