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Woman charged with felony animal cruelty in Candler County
Animal advocate: German shepherds found in squalid conditions
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A German Shepherd is shown inside a fenced area on the property of Angela Belinda Powell in Higgston, Ga. According to the Candler County Sheriff's Office, Powell faces animal cruelty charges at her property near Metter that has more than 100 German Shepherd dogs on it. (Photo courtesy BO FISHER)
After a months-long public outcry, the Candler County Sheriff’s Office charged an Ailey woman with felony animal cruelty after finding over 200 German Shepherd dogs in reportedly deplorable conditions.
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