‘Ollie hasn’t faded from our hearts:’ Death of pit bull still haunts as accused killer awaits trial

Animal lovers still mourn Ollie, demanding justice for the pit bull who died after being stabbed more than 50 times and left for dead inside a suitcase.

Brendan Evans, his accused killer, remains behind bars at the Broward County jail nearly a year after being charged with the Oct. 10 crime.

His trial is expected to get underway some time next year.

A personal trainer who lived near the Hollywood alley where Ollie was found, Evans was charged with 17 counts of aggravated animal cruelty — one for each of 16 deep stab wounds and one for leaving Ollie trapped inside a suitcase with his paw sticking out. Evans, 31, has pleaded not guilty.

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