CRAWFORD COUNTY, Ga. — Editor's Note: The video in this story is from past coverage on February 24.

Two people were arrested Tuesday after a 76-year-old man died from a dog attack last month.

A release from Crawford County Sheriff Lewis Walker says 55-year-old Arthur Brown and 52-year-old Angel Brown were arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter. 

The release says they are the owners of the three dogs that allegedly killed Lee Becham. 

On Feb. 23, Becham was found dead in a yard on the 1900-block of Marshall Mill Road. At the time, the Crawford County Sheriff's Office said there were bite marks on his body.

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On March 5, the sheriff's office said an autopsy showed that Becham died from a dog attack. The three dogs thought to be involved were taken away from the Browns. 

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Walker would not say if the dogs were put down or not. He says they were not fight dogs, and there were only three of them on the property. 

According to Walker, the Browns cooperated with the investigation, which led to their arrests.

They are scheduled for their first appearance Tuesday afternoon.

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Samuel Arthur Brown, 55, and Angel Ann Brown, 52, of Crawford County
Crawford County Sheriff's Office

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