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Timothy Arie Kooyman, who is still serving a five-year prison term for a previous animal cruelty conviction, could be sentenced to nearly three years behind bars by Riverside County Superior Court Judge John Davis on Jan. 7.
An itinerant with a history of violence against animals was convicted today of multiple felonies for torturing and killing cats in a Corona motel.
After deliberating less than five hours, an eight-man, four-woman jury convicted 26-year-old Timothy Arie Kooyman of three counts of animal cruelty, with sentence-enhancing allegations that a deadly weapon was used in the mutilation deaths of the three felines at the National Inn.