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Woman charged with animal cruelty after dog found locked in hot car

July 29, 2013

WOONSOCKET – A 20-year-old city woman is facing criminal charges after an emaciated, sickly pit bull was found in a hot, locked car, parked in direct sunlight with the windows rolled up.
Keisha A. Davis was arraigned in District Court Monday on charges of unnecessary cruelty to an animal and animal neglect.
“Unfortunately, they’re state charges,” said Animal Control Officer Doris Kay. “I say unfortunately because I would have liked to give her a ticket myself.”

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