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Couple Comes Home to Find Bullet Hole In Ceiling, Cat Shot

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP)- A Virginia couple who found a bullet hole in the ceiling of their apartment is mourning the loss of their cat.
 
News outlets report Timothy and Bianka Masters came home from a wedding July 7 to find their 11-month-old cat, Bowie, injured.
 
The couple called 911 and took him to a veterinarian. They say Bowie had surgery but his condition declined and he had to be put down.
 
Newport News police said in a statement that 25-year-old Aren Floryanzia had shot through the floor of the apartment above the Masters' home during a party the night before. He's charged with property damage and a weapons offense.
 
It's unclear whether he had an attorney who could comment on his behalf.
 
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