Saturday, July 30, 2016

LoSacco, Vincent

Weber, Dr William B (vet at Weber's Eastwood Animal Clinic

A Birmingham-area veterinarian has been charged after authorities found 24 raccoons and six coyotes at his clinic and home.
Dr. William B. Weber is facing 30 counts of possessing protected wildlife, the Alabama Department of Conservation and National Resources said in a release on Wednesday.
The raccoons and coyotes were taken from Weber’s Eastwood Animal Clinic and Birmingham and his Irondale home on July 20. Officials say Weber is not a legally permitted wildlife rehabilitator. " from

French, Jason

July 21, 2016

"An Irwin man was sentenced to serve up to 23 months in jail for killing a dog he adopted from a Westmoreland County animal shelter last year.
Judge Meagan Bilik-DeFazio on Thursday ordered Jason French, 33, to serve seven to 23 months in jail and be paroled to an inpatient mental health treatment facility for strangling his black Labrador retriever." From

Munoz, Shannie L.

Shannie L Munoz (New Jersey)

"A 34-year-old woman, who dodged authorities for nearly a year over animals abuse charges, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for killing two pit bulls, one of which was found stuffed in a cardboard box, according to state officials. " full article at this link

McMillen, Joseph

Davis, Crystal

Crystal Davis and her son, Joseph McMillen

10 horses seized for animal cruelty.

"A woman at the center of an animal cruelty investigation has had previous issues regarding the horse rescue she operated in Conestoga, according to court documents.

In January, Crystal Davis signed an emaciated horse over to authorities, only to have the animal die within days.
Testing showed the horse had been suffering from an untreated virus and also had been starved, officials said.
Since then, issues with Davis were ongoing until Monday, when animal-cruelty authorities seized 10 horses from a property at 35 Silver Mine Road where Davis operated A Life Saved is a Life Saved Equine Rescue, according to court documents." From

Van Orden, Lucas (groomer)

"Lucas Van Orden V, 22, told police that he kicked the dog while grooming it July 9, according to a police complaint. The dog's injuries include rib fractures and lung tissue damage." Full article at link