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N.S. woman charged in connection to deaths of 2 dogs

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A Freeport, N.S., woman is facing criminal charges in connection to the death of two dogs earlier this year.

According to a news release from the Nova Scotia SPCA, the organization responded to a report of two distressed dogs at a Freeport residence in March. After an investigation, Alicia Hall, 30, was charged with:

  • two counts of causing unnecessary suffering of two dogs
  • two counts of abandoning two dogs in distress

Hall appeared in court on Tuesday.

For more Nova Scotia news visit our dedicated provincial page.

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