In Cleveland, Ohio, a woman was arrested and charged after her dog died due to being left inside a hot car. The woman already has past animal-related violations.
– A dog was found dead inside a hot car.
– The dog owner has since been arrested and charged.
– This is not the first time the woman was cited because…
The latest charge is one count of felonious prohibitions concerning companion animals. The Parma Police Department said in a statement that they responded to a call to the address of the 31-year-old dog owner on the afternoon of June 10. The call was about the dog owner’s Husky that was locked inside her vehicle. The police were told that the dog was already motionless. Accordingly, the dog has been inside the car since the early morning hours of June 10.
The other violations of the woman dates back to September of 2020 and it was released that she had at least 20 more animal-related criminal citations. The citations include animal running at large, failure to comply with requirements for a dangerous dog, failure to comply with rabies vaccination requirements, failure to comply with animal registration, failure to comply with quarantine, and many more.
Read more of the unfortunate scoop by Chris Anderson at – https://www.cleveland19.com/