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Over 100 Sick Dogs, Numerous Dead, Found Crammed In Female's Apartment

Over 100 Sick Dogs, Numerous Dead, Found Crammed In Female's  Apartment

A problem is the only way to explain what authorities found behind closed doors at a house in Casa Grande, Arizona. Members of the Casa Grande Cops Department were called to a home for a "citizen asked for civil-standby." Cops could not have envisioned what they were about to face as they pulled their police car as much as the property.

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As officers helped with a discussion with Michael Anthony Mills and Lila Kaye Crawford, they discovered 6 dead dogs wrapped in towels and t-shirts on the hood of someone's vehicle. Animal Control was dispatched and officers continued their search of the area. They found another dead pet dog in a dumpster behind the house and the skeleton of a dog situated simply outside the house.

Over 100 Sick Dogs, Numerous Dead, Found Crammed In Female's  Apartment

Source: FOX10 Phoenix

Crawford informed officers she had another 20 dogs inside, but on assessment of the 700-square foot residence, they discovered an additional 90 pet dogs. Crawford voluntarily relinquished the animals who were sent to the City of Casa Grande Animal Care and Adoption Center for evaluation, paperwork, photographs, and evaluations by a veterinarian.

Over 100 Sick Dogs, Numerous Dead, Found Crammed In Female's  Apartment

Source: FOX10 Phoenix

A number of the pets were caked in feces, suffered from dehydration, hair loss, puncture injuries, bite injuries, and skin sores. Cops took Crawford and Mills into custody and submitted charges to the Pinal County Attorney's Workplace for evaluation. As of this writing, the charges consist of 59 counts of animal ruthlessness-- neglect/abandonment, 59 charges of animal ruthlessness-- failure to provide medical treatment, 59 charges of animal ruthlessness-- infliction of physical injury, 59 counts of animal cruelty-- negligent terrible mistreatment, 8 counts of animal cruelty-- overlook resulting in severe physical injury, and 8 counts of animal ruthlessness-- intentional harsh mistreatment. More about this case can be seen in the video listed below.

H/T: ABC15, FOX 10 Phoenix