Freeport man sentenced in 4th dog fighting conviction

A Freeport man was sentenced for his fourth dog fighting conviction.

A Freeport man was sentenced for his fourth dog fighting conviction.

A Freeport man was sentenced for his fourth dog fighting conviction. (6/25/16)

FREEPORT - A Freeport man was sentenced for his fourth dog fighting conviction.

Authorities say Anthony Reddick will spend up to four years in prison.

Reddick was also convicted of criminal contempt for violating a previous order to stay away from animals.

Authorities say he will not be able to own a pet for 15 years.

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