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Stacy Fiebelkorn / photo from the Kane County Sheriff's office Updated: March 5, 2014 2:23PM A northwest suburban woman faces animal cruelty charges after several animals were found dead or mistreated on two Kane County farms, according to police.
The Mendocino County District Attorney's Office added to the misdemeanor complaint filed in court against Patrice Phillips, 59, a felony charge that she deprived the animals of the food, water or shelter they needed. The charge is on top of 39
After receiving a complaint at the Humane Society of Louisiana, on Jan. 11 Ville Platte’s animal control officer, a member of the humane society and several deputies from Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Department went to the reported
Livingston police this week announced another crackdown on the owners of dog that area allowed to roam. In August, city officials implemented the new Animal Control Administrative Citation process in an effort to reduce the number of stray animals
Monday, January 13, 2014 at 2:00 p.m...AP) Prosecutors in central Alabama say two people accused of hanging a puppy at a house in Valley Grande have been charged with animal cruelty. Fourth Judicial Circuit District Attorney Michael Jackson said
is.gd/ecZBRm ) several of the animals rescued Friday were emaciated. On-scene Animal Control supervisor Brian Bowman says the animals were found in "deplorable conditions" with no food or water. Officers confiscated 16 pigs, two steers, a bull, a
A bill before the Baltimore County Council would increase fines for animal cruelty and change the way the county handles animal complaints, but a lawyer said Tuesday that the measure could be unconstitutional. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz 's
A parade of animals made its way into Manhattan's Christ Church Sunday, and a rabbi and minister were there to greet them for the fifth annual Blessing of the Animals. New Yorkers brought along fish, dogs and even a horse. "One of the dogs is mine.
Selectmen decided to stay local in their choice for an Animal Control Officer Monday night. After interviewing three candidates, the board appointed Terry Cripps to the position. Cripps lives in Fairhaven and has been volunteering at the town animal
Turkey-related accident Gone are the days of the occasional squirrel or raccoon found lurking in area neighborhoods. Recently, many towns have been visited by larger, more exotic animals that ignored the line separating nature and civilization.