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Woman accused of leaving four dogs to die in hot car in Florida

A 25-year-old Missouri woman is accused of leaving four dogs locked in a hot car while she had lunch in a central Florida restaurant, police said. The woman, who was visiting the area from Gainesville, Missouri, was arrested on charges of animal cruelty, New Smyrna Beach police officials said. A...
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Karen Ann Gott, 77, Mountain Home (Conner)

Karen Ann Gott, 77, of Mountain Home, Arkansas passed away on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in Mountain Home, Arkansas. She was born to the late Charles Ernest and Mary (Poe) White on December 15, 1944, in Cardwell, Missouri. She graduated from high school in Cardwell, Missouri in 1963. She had worked as a veterinarian technician for Dr. “Doc” Riley in Mountain Home, helped her mother-in-law, Kathy Plaster, operate K. & K.’s Castle, a dress shop in Mountain Home and later worked at Country Mart Grocery Store in Harrison, Arkansas with her husband, Randy as floral department manager. Karen was an avid golfer and enjoyed the lakes.
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Gainesville Woman Arrested After Leaving Dogs In Hot Car

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A 25-year-old Missouri woman is accused of leaving four dogs locked in a hot car while she had lunch in a central Florida restaurant. The woman, who was visiting from Gainesville, Missouri, was arrested Thursday on animal cruelty charges. New Smyrna Beach police...
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