More than 30 animals removed after found in poor living conditions at Gastonia home



GASTONIA, N.C. (WBTV) – More than 30 canine had been removed from a Gastonia home after police found them in poor living conditions.

Gaston County Police had been known as to a home off Hemlock Avenue round 9 a.m. Thursday, April 28 for reviews of canine combating in the yard.

Officers found one canine useless and others in poor care. Some had been found to have apparent accidents.

Search warrants had been obtained for the home to judge doable animal cruelty and canine combating exercise. All of the canine had been taken to the Gaston County Animal Shelter for analysis and medical remedy.

(*30*) Gaston County Police Criminal Investigations Unit is aiding with this ongoing investigation.  Anyone with info is requested to contact Detective J. Brienza at 704-866-3320, or CrimeStoppers at 704-861-8000.

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