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Former Sioux Falls Executive Investigated For Animal Abuse

August 28, 2014, 4:15 PM by Angela Kennecke

Former Sioux Falls Executive Investigated For Animal Abuse
Des Hague | 2006

VANCOUVER, B.C. -

A former Hot Stuff/Orion Foods President is being investigated for dog abuse in Canada. Des Hague was captured on video in a hotel elevator in Vancouver kicking a dog. According to Canadian reports after the abuse was called in by a citizen, investigators found a Doberman Pinscher puppy in its crate, in its own urine, with no food or water. The dog appeared to be physically abused.  

Hague has issued an apology. He has not been charged and the case is currently under investigation. 

Hague currently lives in Connecticut and is President and CEO of Centerplate Inc., an arena catering service. He was with Hot Stuff/Orion Foods in Sioux Falls from 2003 to 2006.

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