One arrested in animal cruelty case in Fort Bend County

By R. Hans Miller | Times Senior Reporter
Posted 6/24/20

Timothy Holloway, 32, of Fort Bend County has been arrested after an investigation into a Dec. incident wherein a dog named Clarence was left in a wire kennel with a gunshot wound to the head, …

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One arrested in animal cruelty case in Fort Bend County

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Timothy Holloway, 32, of Fort Bend County has been arrested after an investigation into a Dec. incident wherein a dog named Clarence was left in a wire kennel with a gunshot wound to the head, according to a social media post by Constable Wayne Thompson of Fort Bend County’s third precinct.

 “Subsequent to arrest, Holloway confessed to the crime. Clarence is thriving to this day although he suffers from sinus infections and other traumatic issues from the gunshot wound,” Thompson said.

Fort Bend County Jail records indicate that Holloway is currently being held on $7,500 bond and is facing charges of cruelty to a non-livestock animal.

Thompson credited his department’s animal cruelty investigator, Howard Kreusel for solving the case and expressed appreciation to Fort Bend County Judge KP George and the Fort Bend County Commissioners Court for funding the animal cruelty investigator position.

Thompson said Clarence is now being trained as a therapy dog.

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