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Texan allegedly tried to freeze girlfriend's dog

LAKE JACKSON, Texas (AP) - A South Texas man has been charged with animal cruelty after he allegedly beat and tried to freeze his girlfriend's dog.

Brazoria County jail records show 20-year-old Seth Michael Drone of Richwood was being held Tuesday on a charge of cruelty to non-livestock animals/torture. Bond is $25,000 for Drone, who was booked April 24.

Lake Jackson police Assistant Chief Paul Kibodeaux on Tuesday said police on April 19 were called to a residence about an upset man and a confrontation.

Kibodeaux says a woman who lives at the home went out, returned, couldn't find her pet and then located her injured small dog in the freezer. She took the animal to a veterinarian for treatment.

Jail records don't list an attorney for Drone.

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