10 charges for Springfield man after allegedly killing dog

He'll be arraigned Monday in Springfield District court.

Photo Courtesy: Springfield Police Department

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – New information this Sunday morning on a Springfield man who allegedly shot and killed a dog after an argument on the street.

Springfield Police Sgt. John Delaney told 22News, 37-year old Edwin Harrison was arrested Friday afternoon for allegedly shooting and killing a dog after an argument on Fort Pleasant ave.

Springfield man arrested after allegedly killing dog

Edwin Harrison charges:

  1. Kill a Domestic Animal
  2. Carrying a Firearm
  3. Possession of Heroin With Intent to Distribute
  4. Possession of Cocaine With Intent to Distribute
  5. Carrying a Firearm with 3 Prior Felony Convictions
  6. Possession of Cocaine W/I Second Offense
  7. Discharging a Firearm Within of 500 ft. of Dwelling
  8. Resisting Arrest
  9. Possession of Stolen Firearm
  10. Carrying a Firearm Within 500 FT of a dwelling

During the arrest, police found a stolen 22 caliber hand gun on Harrison along with 47 bags of heroin and eight bags of crack cocaine.

He’ll be arraigned Monday in Springfield District court.