Vigil to be held for dog set on fire

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ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI) – Animal rights activist will hold a vigil for the dog named “Brownie”, who was set on fire behind a house in north St. Louis.  Brownie died a couple of days later from his injuries.

The vigil will be held this evening along with the spreading of Brownie's ashes in Lafayette Park.

Adrienne Martin has been charged with felony animal abuse in Brownie's death.

Tonight's vigil begins at 5:00 pm at Sqwires restaurant on South 18th Street and at 8:30 in Lafayette Park for the spreading of Brownie's ashes.

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