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Reply from Sonoma County District Attorney, Stephan Passalacqua
to those who wrote or emailed reagrding Adam.


Dear Sir/Madam,

We have received your correspondence regarding the distressing case of the minors who burned a kitten in Santa Rosa. As you may now be aware, my office charged the two juvenile females with felony animal cruelty. The charge applies to anyone who maliciously and intentionally maims, mutilates or tortures, or wounds a living animal and it carries a maximum penalty of three years confinement.

Many members of the community, like yourself, have expressed dismay over the maltreatment of innocent animals, and this case in particular. Understandably, the public does not tolerate animal cruelty. And I want you to know that this office does not tolerate animal cruelty either. Under California state law, the names of the minors in this case are confidential and the juvenile proceedings are closed to the public. What happens during the hearings therefore cannot be disclosed.

You can be assured that we will do our part to ensure that those responsible are held accountable. We are committed to prosecuting these types of cases so that offenders are held accountable and to prevent future suffering.

Thank you for taking the time to express your concerns.

Sincerely,

Stephan R. Passalacqua
Sonoma County District Attorney

Stephan R. Passalacqua
District Attorney
County of Sonoma
600 Administration Drive, Room 212J
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 565-3098
spassala@sonoma-county.org

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