A west-central Missouri woman has posted bond, after more than 100 dead dogs were allegedly discovered on her Cole Camp property.
49-year-old Tiffany Lynn Woodington is charged in Benton County Circuit Court with ten counts of felony animal abuse. Judge Mark Brandon Pilley set bond at $100,000, and online court records indicate Woodington has posted bond.
Animal abuse is a class E felony, in Missouri.
Her next court appearance is set for Tuesday morning at 8 in Warsaw, before Judge Pilley.
Prosecutors in Benton County charged Woodington after about 120 dead dogs were discovered on her Cole Camp property, between a house and an abandoned school bus. Our Springfield television partner KOLR-10 reports Benton County Sheriff’s deputies and the Missouri Humane Society searched the property, and found kennels stacked three to five high.
KOLR-10 reports 38 other dogs and cats were found alive, but several of them have had to be euthanized.
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