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Woman Charged After ‘Mummified’ Dog Remains Found In Home She Moved Out Of

Greenville, S.C. – A South Carolina woman is facing charges after the mummified remains of dogs were found in a house where she had previously resided. According to Fox Carolina, the disturbing situation was found in a residence on Earle Street that had gone to auction.

A cleaning crew working for the new owner found the dog remains amidst feces and debris strewn throughout the house. Investigators believe the dogs were left in the home and suffered a painful death by starvation.

On March 26, police arrested Sarahanne Coker Gibson and she is facing ill treatment of animals general, torture charges.

(Screengrab collage via images from Fox Carolina)


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