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Leitchfield, KYk105.com

Disgusting ‘Tent Cities’ in Leitchfield raided by police. 5 arrested.

On Wednesday afternoon, multiple law enforcement agencies raided two disgusting and deplorable properties in Leitchfield, known to police as “Tent Cities,” that have become havens for drug dealers and users amidst law abiding neighbors, according to police. The Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force, Leitchfield Police Department and Grayson County...
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Sanford, MEPosted by
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Animal Control Seizes 50+ Neglected Animals from Sanford Woman

Animal welfare officials say a Sanford woman is banned from owning animals for life after over 50 animals were seized from her home. The animals that were seized from the farm on Wednesday, July 14th included twenty horses, eleven chickens, two pigs, six dogs, six cats, two geckos, three rats, and one bearded dragon. The woman admitted to members of the Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry's Animal Welfare Program that she was unable to care for the animals. All of the animals were taken to local shelters, where they're being checked out by veterinarians and restored to good health before being put up for adoption.
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Flagler County, FLWESH

17 animals 'on the brink of death' rescued from U-Haul in Flagler County

PALM COAST, Fla. — According to Flagler County officials, 17 animals were rescued from "the brink of death" on Wednesday. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office was contacted and deputies were called to a Harbor Freight location in Palm Coast. A witness stated that he saw a woman open the back of a U-Haul truck and saw numerous dogs, cats and puppies in distress.
Redding, CAactionnewsnow.com

Redding woman arrested for dog abuse and public intoxication

REDDING, Calif.- A woman was arrested for public intoxication, resisting arrest and animal abuse in front of the Safeway in downtown Redding Wednesday, according to the Redding Police Department. Jennifer Cooper, 29, of Redding was approached by an officer that was responding to a report of a female abusing a...
Fort Smith, ARtalkbusiness.net

Fort Smith Director calls for city to not implement animal ordinance

Fort Smith City Director Lavon Morton said at board study session Tuesday (July 27) he would rather the city develop a collaborative program with city partners to promote spaying and neutering pets than have an animal ordinance. “(I would like to see us) work with Kitties and Kanines and perhaps...
Worcester County, MDOcean City Today

New animal control laws in effect Monday

New animal control laws will be enacted in Worcester County on Monday, following the Worcester County Commissioners’ June approval of two bills that amount to comprehensive animal control reform. The laws include criteria for hold times for strays, who may operate a kennel, standards that must be upheld to operate...
Flagler County, FLpalmcoastobserver.com

17 animals on the brink of death recovered in animal cruelty case

On Wednesday, July 28, the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call at Harbor Freight about an animal problem. The reporting party stated he thought he heard birds chirping in a UHaul truck and witnessed a female occupant of the vehicle open the liftgate where numerous dogs, cats, and puppies were in distress.
Calvert County, MDBay Net

Calvert County Sheriff's Office Weekly Crime Blotter

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. - During the week of July 19– July 25, deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,500 calls for service throughout the community. On July 25, 2021, DFC Gilmore responded 5th Street between Chesapeake Ave and Bay Ave in North Beach to assist MDFC Cress with a dog locked in an unattended vehicle. Upon arrival, DFC Gilmore observed a four door passenger car bearing DC tags, with all of the windows up, sunroof closed, and a small white dog inside the vehicle with no water source. Deputy Cress removed the dog from the vehicle and placed it in his patrol car. Deputies noted the outdoor temperature at the time was 87 degrees, but observed the temperature inside the vehicle noticeably warmer. Animal Control responded and took possession of the dog.
Greeneville, TNwjhl.com

Local attorney Thomas Jessee found dead in Greeneville

Read more: https://www.wjhl.com/news/local/tbi-identifies-body-of-man-found-in-greeneville/. Local attorney Thomas Jessee found dead in Greeneville. Johnson City man arrested after shooting, pursuit in Washington County. Elizabethton/Carter County Animal Shelter to no longer provide animal control, dog catching services. Ballad encouraging children to be up-to-date on vaccines before school starts. Ballad Health: COVID-19 positive rate...
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