MASON, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan State University medical student accused of killing at least 12 greyhound puppies has been ordered to stand trial in more of the deaths.
At a Thursday court hearing in Mason, Robert Albers testified that his friend Andrew Thompson would get mad at the puppies, "punish them and go too far."
Afterward, the judge ruled there's is enough evidence to try the 24-year-old on 14 counts in killings at his apartment in Ingham County's Meridian Township.
Last Friday, an East Lansing judge ordered Thompson tried for puppy killings at a condominium in East Lansing.
Thompson's been suspended by Michigan State's College of Osteopathic Medicine. He's jailed on bonds totaling $600,000.
The Associated Press left phone and email messages Thursday for defense lawyers Stacia Buchanan and Kim Savage seeking comment.