“Mass Grave” Found at Indiana Dog Rescue
Article from NBC Chicago:
Tuesday, Dec 16, 2014 • Updated at 9:22 PM CST
The owner of a dog rescue in northwest Indiana has been accused of animal neglect after police found a mass dog grave and several dogs in “deplorable conditions” at the rescue.
Police began investigating Paws Here Foundation, Inc., in the 22900 block of Harrison Street in Lowell, Indiana, in October after volunteers told police that dogs were being neglected, police said in a statement.
A detective spoke with the rescue’s owner, Kenneth D. Wilson, about the allegations and Wilson said he would address the concerns, according to authorities.
After “a reasonable amount of time,” the detective said she saw no imp…………………continues on NBC Chicago
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