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Man Accused of Beating, Burning Dog Appears in Court

Lea Turbert and other members of the Montgomery Humane Society attend the bond revocation hearing of accused animal cruelty suspect Juan Daniels. Lea Turbert and other members of the Montgomery Humane Society attend the bond revocation hearing of accused animal cruelty suspect Juan Daniels.

Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- It's an animal cruelty case that's gained national attention, and the suspect charged with beating and burning the dog name Louis Vuitton was scheduled to appear in court Friday morning.

Juan Daniels, charged with beating and burning the family pet after he was told he couldn't use the car, is no longer out of jail on bond.

Judge Charles Price made the decision to revoke Daniels' bond because he is a potential flight risk.

Durning the last week Daniels was arrested after giving officers a false name and for unlawfully possessing a fire arm.

His attorney told Judge Price Daniels was driving a borrowed car and didn't realize the gun was inside the vehicle.

Around ten people from the Montgomery Humane Society showed up to the hearing in support of Louis Vuitton.

Daniels plead not guilty to first degree animal cruelty charges last Friday.

He will remain behind bars until his trial begins May 19th. 

You can count on WSFA 12 News to bring you the latest in this case.

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