Police arrested a Glastonbury man on animal cruelty charges after he left his dog outside in the cold this past winter, police said.
Paul Aubin, 54, turned himself into police on Friday at about 5:21 p.m. on a warrant tied to a February animal cruelty incident. He is accused of leaving his dog outside for an "extended period of time" in "extreme cold temperatures," police said.
Police charged him with cruelty to animals, failure to vaccinate and having an unlicensed dog.
He was released on a promise to appear in Manchester Superior Court on May 27.