Police say they the video, dated Tuesday, allowed them to identify the three men, who have all been summoned to appear in court.
Neighbors, including Robin Haddad, who lives next door, took offense to the incident.
"I thought it was sick," Haddad said. "I was upset that they could do that to an animal, bring it into the house and torture an animal like that."
Haddad and her husband Mike, who have lived next door to Camara’s family for 15 years, are worried for other animals now after the incident.
"They have pigs, goats, chickens and ducks back there," Haddad said. "I think the other animals should be taken because if they did it to that one, they will probably do it to all of them."