Two More People Charged In Local Dogfighting Ring

Apr 21, 2017

Police raid one of the Hilltop homes where dogfighting materials and canines were found in 2016

The U.S. Attorney's office says a federal grand jury has charged two Columbus men with running a local dogfighting ring.

33-year-old Dwayne Robinson Junior and 21-year-old Henry Hill Junior allegedly bred, schooled and  American Pit Bull Terriers to fight. The two were arrested in April of last year after authorities raied five Hilltop-area homes. Two other people - 58-year-old Randall Frye and 40-year-old Charles Granberry have already pleaded guilty in the case. Police say the ring is the largest in recent local history.