Police issued a warrant for the arrest of Cheryl Ann Magnotta, 59, charged with 21 counts of animal cruelty as well as with 41 summary counts of scattering rubbish on the property.

Each of the animal cruelty charges is a misdemeanor and is punishable by up to a year in prison.

This in the aftermath of the discovery of carcasses of 21 dogs at a property she owned at 320 W. Corydon St. in Bradford, PA. This grisly discovery was made when real estate agent, Jack Buckles, went to a the foreclosed house to see how much needed to be done to get the house into salable condition.

For more background, see the original story – Dog Carcasses Found in Foreclosed House

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