Two arrested for animal cruelty after suffering dog found lying in own feces

West Virginia
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BLUEFIELD, WV (WVNS) – Two people are behind bars for animal cruelty charges. Officers with the Bluefield West Virginia Police Department arrested Juan Tabb and Kimberly Froy Monday, May 20, 2019.

An investigation started on May 13th at Tabb and Froy’s home for an unrelated case. While investigating, the officer noticed a dog in distress on the front porch in its own feces, covered in fleas, and appeared to have a leg injury. 

An animal control officer took the dog to a local vet and confirmed it had a broken leg. Tabb and Foy both said the dog had been hit by a car on May 13th, but they had no intentions of seeking medical help for the dog.

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