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5 years ago

Thanks Leslie for update

5 years ago

Puppy killer sentenced for violating probation

A judge Thursday sentenced Preston Odle of Dresden to six months in jail and a year and a half under house arrest.

The sentence, handed down by Circuit Court Judge Bill Acree, came after Odle violated terms of his judicial probation.
“I want a psychological profile done on you — it will be at your expense — to determine whether or not there’s some type of behavior you have or some type of psychological reason you have that causes you to commit these types of crimes,” Acree told Odle.

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2/1/2013 12:02:00 PM

Odle sentenced to six months in jail, two years house arrest

           Preston Odle

Preston Ray Odle, 19, of Evergreen Street in Dresden, who was previously found guilty of violating his two-year probation on an aggravated animal cruelty charge involving the May 16, 2012 torture killing of a four-month-old female St. Bernard puppy, appeared in Weakley County Circuit Court last week for his sentencing hearing.

On Thursday, January 31, Circuit Court Judge William Acree sentenced Odle to two years in jail, with six months of his sentence to be served in the Weakley County Detention Center, and the remainder under house arrest. Odle received credit for 47 days already served, which will be deducted from his jail sentence, and Weststate Corrections will determine the terms of his house arrest.

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5 years ago

Absolutely horrible !!!! Judge must be crazy !!!! Thanks Mark and Leslie

5 years ago

Odle pleads guilty to one misdemeanor charge

DRESDEN — A young Dresden man who tortured a puppy to death last May will spend 45 days in jail for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
General Sessions Judge Thomas Moore Jr. meted out the sentence Wednesday afternoon after Preston Odle pled guilty to the Class A misdemeanor.
Prosecutors dropped a second charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon because Odle, 18, of Dresden is not technically a convicted felon.
“He may soon become one,” Assistant District Attorney Colin Johnson said of Ogle, who is on judicial diversion for the Class E felony of aggravated animal cruelty.
Odle could be sentenced to more time behind bars when he appears Jan. 17 before Circuit Court Judge William B. Acree Jr., who will decide if Odle’s judicial diversion will be revoked.

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5 years ago

100 hours of community service for his punishment, absolutely pathetic!  Sadly, here's another case with just another slap on the hand punishment...makes me sick!!!

5 years ago


Weakley County
General Sessions Judge,
Thomas L. Moore, Jr.

116 West Main Street
Dresden, TN 38225
731-364-6765 (fax)

County Mayor
Houston Patrick
731- 364-5413

Michael Wilson

Office of the Attorney General and Reporter
Robert E. Cooper, Jr.

425 5th Ave.

Nashville, TN 37202-0207
Telephone: (615) 741-3491
Fax: (615) 741-2009

Convicted puppy killer back in court facing new charges!!!
5 years ago

December 22, 2012

 Preston Odle, 19 found himself appearing before Weakley, Tenn. County Judge Tommy Moore Preston on Thursday for the possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and contributing to the delinquency of minors. Just one month ago, Odle was sentenced to 100 hours of community service and two years of probation for aggravated animal cruelty in the egregious treatment and subsequent death of a four-month-old St. Bernard puppy called Puppy Doe.
Odle, and an accomplice Levi Evans, 19 pleaded guilty to aggravated animal cruelty in the May 15 torture of Odle’s puppy. According to court records, Odle didn’t want the puppy and called his friend over to help get rid of the dog. The young men kicked and stabbed Puppy Doe, used hanging wire wrapped around his neck to hang him, and stabbed the defenseless pup in the back. Puppy Doe died because of his injuries.
The public was extremely distressed at the lenient punishment. They had hoped Odle and Evans would have been sentenced to prison for two years, however the judge stated that any legal violations would lead to immediate revocation of probation.
Will Odle go to prison this time? That is what everyone wants to know.
“How does aggravated animal cruelty go essentially unpunished with just a slap on the wrist and then the man appears in court a month later with a weapon’s charge and hanging out with juveniles shooting at animals? Now’s the time to get these people off our streets. We’re all nervous and on high alert for sociopaths who do such awful deeds. Remember our children,” stated Caroline Johnson, of Seaside Park, N.J.

Local sources state that Odle’s bond has been set at $25,000. The next court appearance is scheduled for January.

No Justice for Puppy Doe

November 9, 2012

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Two men await sentencing for the torture and death of Puppy Doe (Photos)

October 23, 2012

I have been following this story from the beginning. I also have so many feelings about this case, about these two monsters, about "Puppy Doe", about the Judge and about our Legal System..that it absolutly Takes My Breath Away...
We MUST STOP Preston Odle and others like him NOW!!!  This Non-Human, this creature that walks the face of the earth has to be PUNISHED!!!  We will do it one person at a time, one case at a time and continue until there is no more animal abuse cases left!
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