St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce should expect a visit from Stray Rescue’s Randy Grim this week. He will demand what he calls, “Justice For Brownie.”
Adrienne Martin was accused of setting Brownie on fire in July 2013. His burns were so bad, he had to be euthanized.
Joyce says the charges can be refiled in 2016, if a witness comes forward.
The woman who allegedly killed “Brownie” the dog by setting him on fire, and then bragged about it on Facebook, may go on trial this week.
The dog, named Brownie by rescuers, eventually died.
Adrienne Martin’s attorney, Philip Dennis, said outside the courthouse to not judge his client until there is a verdict.
“I would like for the people who are advocates to wait until there is a verdict before they want to ruin somebody’s life”
Family and friends of accused dog killer, Adrienne Martin, are now said to be threatening eyewitnesses.
Adrienne Martin has been held on $50,000 bond since her July 25 arrest on charges she set fire to a dog that came to be known as Brownie and bragged about it on Facebook.
Brownie died after he was discovered to have been set on fire, while chained-up in the back of a north St. Louis home.