This image provided by the Clark County Detention Center shows Kirk Bills, who has been accused of trying to burn a pet shop where 27 puppies were rescued last month. Bills has been returned in custody to Las Vegas to face arson and other charges, authorities said Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Clark County Detention Center)
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A judge said Friday she was troubled by a jailhouse recording of a phone call between a fledgling professional boxer arrested in Indiana and a Las Vegas pet shop owner who are together accused of torching a store where firefighters rescued 27 puppies.
Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Janiece Marshall set bail at $310,000 for Kirk Bills, after a prosecutor identified Bills as the man seen on security video setting the Jan. 27 fire, and said the phone call sounded like Bills asking co-defendant Gloria Eun Hye Login to read more