"Henry" shot Saturday with a bow and arrow.
(Cleveland) - Police have issued an arrest warrant for a suspected dog killer.
As a result of an investigation by Cleveland Second District Officers, the warrant has been issued for 32-year-old Matthew Jones, a white male.
The warrant was issued in connection with the shooting of a dog with an arrow at 3809 Burger Avenue on Saturday, January 26. Evidence was presented to the City Prosecutor’s Office and, after review; a warrant was issued for Cruelty to Animals.
Ricardo Reinoso said he let his dog, Henry, outside briefly Saturday afternoon. That's when the Lab-terrier mix was shot with a bow and arrow.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mathew Jones is asked to contact the Cleveland Division of Police Second District at 216-623-5200.
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