ROSEBURG Brothers fined for shooting dogs A Roseburg man and his brother have been sentenced to probation and ordered to pay $500 fines for killing three Great Pyrenees sheepdogs in the Ochoco National Forest northeast of Prineville. Paul Johnson, 67, and his brother, Craig Johnson, 60, of Bend pleaded no contest Tuesday in Prineville to misdemeanor animal abuse. Besides the fines and probation, they must forfeit the hunting rifle used to shoot the dogs and each do 80 hours of community service. The Bulletin newspaper of Bend reports the brothers shot the dogs in August 2012 while hunting elk. Gordon …
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