Kingston teen charged in disturbing animal cruelty case in Floyd County

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, In June, officers met with a woman who advised Heath Christian Casey, 17, of Kingston, who is already on probation, had an AK-47 and had stolen $1,106.55 Dollars from his dad. During the course of the investigation, detectives obtained a search warrant for the teen’s social media account, which revealed his pattern of criminal activity. Detectives also found Casey shooting and killing a cat and then using the animal for target practice. The incident occurred sometime between January and February of this year at his residence on Youngs Mill Road in Kingston. Casey, who was charged with felony aggravated cruelty to animals, is also charged with reckless conduct for discharging a firearm toward the roadway in May of this year. He is also accused of trying to set up a deal to purchase a controlled substance in May, resulting in additional charges of conspiracy to violate Georgia’s Controlled Substances Act, and use of a communications facility to commit a drug crime.

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