Third Suspect in Cat Scalding Case in Court
Karmen Coleman, the third suspect involved in the video of a cat being tortured with scalding hot water, will serve thirty days in jail, pay over $500 in fines, and perform 200 hours of community service. She was found guilty of rendering criminal assistance
Coleman, who was accused of filming the video, originally plead not guilty, but changed her plea when in a Jackson County court this morning.
The two other suspects accused of pouring hot water on the animal, Ladderick and Larry Rostchild, received jail time and 200 hours community service at the Jackson County Animal Shelter as a part of their sentence.