Valley man charged with cruelty to animals – Valley Times-News


A Valley man was arrested on Monday in an animal neglect case after 12 canine had been present in a wooded space close to Crystal Springs Road final week.

Latoskie Tamaine Williams, 41, was arrested and charged with 12 counts of cruelty to animals second diploma, in accordance to a press launch from the Valley Police Department. Williams was processed and launched on $30,000 bond, and his first courtroom look is scheduled for Oct. 27.

The press launch mentioned Williams arrived on scene when the VPD was first investigating the canine, after they had been discovered. According to VPD, he mentioned the canine had been bred and offered. He additionally advised police that he fed them as soon as a day. Due to the state of the animals and the circumstances by which they had been stored, the animals had been seized and had been turned over to foster care pending decision.

According to New Hope Rescue, an animal rescue group that took in 10 of the canine, the group obtained overwhelming group assist within the types of financial donations, meals, toys, blankets, and provides. Pawsitive Action Rescue took in two of the canine. All of the canine have been vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped.

The Valley Police Department thanked the animal rescue teams and different people that assisted in fostering these animals and offering them with meals and shelter.