The Ross County Grand Jury returned 10 of their 11 cases Friday, with only one open.
According to the Ross County Prosecutor's Office, on August 19th, a Sheriff's sergeant responded to a 5am alarm at the Ross County Humane Society.
A door had been forced open, and a husky dog brought in the day before by the dog warden was missing...and a witness described a man walking a dog nearby of that description.
The dog had been taken from 38-year-old Lary J. Galliher II after he was witnessed kicking his dog in the Wal-Mart parking lot. He was also cited for kicking it at the BP gas station on Bridge Street August 25th.
The charge of breaking and entering was bound over as a felony but returned as a misdemeanor. For an indictment on it, Galliher could get up to one year and $2,500 in fines.