BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We are awaiting the specifics but have learned that West Boca Raton resident Dallas Downs, 20, of Coral Place, has been jailed on an animal cruelty charge.
Downs, who is no stranger to the Palm Beach County Jail, was taken into custody by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office just after midnight Friday. He remained in jail late Friday afternoon on $3,000 bond.
The specific charge: “828.12-3009 CONSERVATION-ANIMALS – CAUSE CRUEL DEATH PAIN AND SUFFERING.”
Check back on BocaNewsNow.com throughout the evening — we will update with what Downs is specifically accused of doing — and to what — just as soon as we receive the information in our newsroom.
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