Second Suspect Booked in Pet Store Arson Case - 8 News NOW

Second Suspect Booked in Pet Store Arson Case

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LAS VEGAS - The second suspect involved in an alleged pet store arson case was booked into the Clark County Detention Center Wednesday.

Records show Kirk Bills was arrested and booked on five charges, including arson, burglary and attempted animal abuse.

Bills was wanted in connection with a fire at Prince and Princess Puppies and Boutique that happened in the early morning hours of January 27. Investigators said Bills was captured on surveillance video, along with pet store owner Gloria Lee, pouring gasoline throughout the store, including on the kennels of 27 puppies.

Bills was arrested by the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force out of Chicago in Crown Point, Indiana and booked into the Lake County Jail in Crown Point before being extradited to Las Vegas.

An initial hearing is scheduled February 21.


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