Puppy dead after man started fire and threw pup into the bathroom

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A Jonesborough, Tennessee, man is accused of killing a puppy, and putting five people at risk of death, by setting a house on fire. According to multiple sources on Friday, 29-year-old Don Wines set a bathroom on fire and then threw a nine-week-old puppy into a basket in the bathroom and allowed her to die.

The people in the home were able to escape the blaze, but the puppy who was thrown into the fire perished. According to WCYB News, Wines had set the basement on fire earlier the same day, but family members were able to get it out. By the time that fire crews responded to the residence on the 100 block of Kiser Circle, the structure was fully engulfed in flames.

Wines was booked into the Washington County Jail on multiple charges, including:

Aggravated arson, aggravated cruelty to animals, aggravated child endangerment, and reckless endangerment. He’s also accused of violating an order of protection.

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  1. Bunny Peters says:

    I don’t understand WHY someone would do this???

    Lock this POS up forever and lose the keys!!!

    Poor precious little treasure. Not even 3 months old and murdered for no reason……. Precious little treasure, I know that you are absolutely in Heaven. Please look for MacKitty and join his wonderful snuggle buddies group and RIP amongst loving friends.

    The POS who murdered you will burn in the hottest part of Hell forever for his cruelty…… If he were my relative: no apologies or 2nd chances……. He’s forever out of my family……

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