ROCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man accused of shocking his dog with a stun gun has been arrested on animal cruelty charges.
Foster’s Daily Democrat reports that 22-year-old Gage White, of Rochester, turned himself in on Monday.
Police say they seized the dog Oct. 15 and brought it to a veterinarian. They say their investigation found that White had shocked the dog twice.
Police say a neighbor confronted White about the dog and White put the stun gun in the neighbor’s chest but did not shock him.
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White was released and is due in court Monday. It wasn’t immediately known if he had a lawyer and a phone number couldn’t be found for him.