Lake Charles man gets 10 years for aggravated cruelty to animals - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Lake Charles man gets 10 years for aggravated cruelty to animals

Tyler Scott Sanders. (Source: Lake Charles Police Department) Tyler Scott Sanders. (Source: Lake Charles Police Department)
A recent photo of Halo. (Source: Team Halo) A recent photo of Halo. (Source: Team Halo)
Halo before and shortly after the incident. (Source: Lake Charles Police Department) Halo before and shortly after the incident. (Source: Lake Charles Police Department)
LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) -

A 21-year-old Lake Charles man on Thursday pleaded guilty to aggravated cruelty to animals during a case management conference.

Tyler Scott Sanders was sentenced to 10 years in prison with five years suspended. After his release, Sanders will have five years of supervised probation.

Sanders, who was arrested in December and indicted in January, was accused of stealing and then abusing a pit-bull puppy named Halo.

Law enforcement officials said Halo had severe life-threatening injuries including broken bones, a fractured skull and multiple pellet gun wounds.

According to his Facebook fan page, Halo is doing well. You can check it out HERE and http://on.fb.me/1fCt6ye.

Sanders also pleaded guilty to one count of marijuana possession and one count of DUI on Thursday.

Copyright 2014 KPLC. All rights reserved.

  • More Local NewsNewsMore>>

  • SEED Center evaluates Port Cameron's future affect on Cameron Parish

    SEED Center evaluates Port Cameron's future affect on Cameron Parish

    Thursday, July 27 2017 11:45 PM EDT2017-07-28 03:45:38 GMT
    Source: Port CameronSource: Port Cameron

    It's no secret: Cameron Parish will be changing drastically over the next few years, as Port Cameron is constructed. This colossal, 500 acre ship hub to be built on the Calcasieu Ship Channel will bring in thousands of jobs and garner millions for Louisiana.  "This is very healthy for Cameron Parish," George Swift said, president and CEO of the SEED Center in Lake Charles. Port Cameron is estimated to bring in over 8 thousand temporary jobs and create close to 4 thous...

    More >>

    It's no secret: Cameron Parish will be changing drastically over the next few years, as Port Cameron is constructed. This colossal, 500 acre ship hub to be built on the Calcasieu Ship Channel will bring in thousands of jobs and garner millions for Louisiana.  "This is very healthy for Cameron Parish," George Swift said, president and CEO of the SEED Center in Lake Charles. Port Cameron is estimated to bring in over 8 thousand temporary jobs and create close to 4 thous...

    More >>
  • Flooding, economic growth and crime are brought up at District B community meeting

    Flooding, economic growth and crime are brought up at District B community meeting

    Thursday, July 27 2017 11:24 PM EDT2017-07-28 03:24:17 GMT
    (Source: Maranda Whittington/KPLC)(Source: Maranda Whittington/KPLC)

    Mayor Nic Hunter heard the concerns of many residents in District B at Thursday night's meeting.   "We avoid Enterprise," said resident Louis J. Sweet. "It's not a beautiful road. The homes and the trees are beautiful, but the road is in terrible shape."  One of Enterprise and other streets in District B's biggest problem brought up, was flooding.   "It's been many of times where I had to park on Broad Street to walk home and wade i...

    More >>

    Mayor Nic Hunter heard the concerns of many residents in District B at Thursday night's meeting.   "We avoid Enterprise," said resident Louis J. Sweet. "It's not a beautiful road. The homes and the trees are beautiful, but the road is in terrible shape."  One of Enterprise and other streets in District B's biggest problem brought up, was flooding.   "It's been many of times where I had to park on Broad Street to walk home and wade i...

    More >>
  • UPDATE: LA inmate and hostage dead following standoff with authorities at prison near Homer

    UPDATE: LA inmate and hostage dead following standoff with authorities at prison near Homer

    Thursday, July 27 2017 11:12 PM EDT2017-07-28 03:12:59 GMT
    (Source: Raycom)(Source: Raycom)

    A fugitive and his female hostage are dead after a standoff at a Louisiana Corrections Department prison in Claiborne Parish according to Ken Pastorick, Louisiana Corrections Communication Director. 39-year-old Deltra Henderson was declared missing from the David Wade Corrections Center near Homer Thursday afternoon. Henderson allegedly stole a car, crashed it, and then fled into a home on prison property. That's where authorities confronted Henderson and worked to come t...

    More >>

    A fugitive and his female hostage are dead after a standoff at a Louisiana Corrections Department prison in Claiborne Parish according to Ken Pastorick, Louisiana Corrections Communication Director. 39-year-old Deltra Henderson was declared missing from the David Wade Corrections Center near Homer Thursday afternoon. Henderson allegedly stole a car, crashed it, and then fled into a home on prison property. That's where authorities confronted Henderson and worked to come t...

    More >>
Powered by Frankly