Two teens are arrested and charged after a cat was burned to death in Northeast Baltimore.
Two teens have been identified and arrested after a cat was beaten and burned to death in Northeast Baltimore.
Baltimore Police Chief T.J. Smith said Monday a 15 year old and a 13 year old were charged with felony animal cruelty and will be dealt with in juvenile court.
Surveillance video was released last week showing a group of teens attacking the cat and setting it on fire in December.
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The police are looking to identify the other teens in the video.