Man pleads guilty to animal cruelty after dog found emaciated; he gets fine and 14 days in jail
LAKE STEVENS, Wash. -- The owner of an emaciated dog rescued by Lake Stevens Police pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of second-degree animal cruelty in the case of "Cruiser," which was chained up outside the home and starved. Kyle Walker, the owner, was fined $1,300, sentenced to 14 days in jail and is not allowed to own another dog for two years, the prosecutor said, according to Lake Stevens police.