Press Release



 
Subject: Possible Animal Cruelty
Incident Type:
Incident Date/Time 12/20/2019 6:00:00 AM
Expire Date/Time 1/20/2020 6:00:00 AM
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Person/Suspect Info
DAY OF WEEK Friday

INCIDENT DATE 12/20/2019

TIME 7:30 hrs.

Case Number: 2019-034269
Incident Type: Possible Animal Cruelty Business/Subdivision:
Location: 3814 2nd Ave E, Bradenton, FL
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Suspect(s): Race/Sex: Suspect(s) D.O.B:

On 12/19/19 MCSO received an email and photos from PETA in reference to a report of around a dozen dogs allegedly confined inside a residence at 3814 2nd Ave NE in Bradenton. The information had been sent to PETA, describing the conditions as “ filthy and junk-ridden, home covered in feces, urine and insect infestation”.

After verifying the photos and information were from the alleged residence, deputies and Manatee Animal Services entered the property at around 7:30 am on 12/20/19 and removed 12 dogs. The animals were taken to a local veterinarian for evaluation. The variety of breeds appeared to be fed and hydrated, but there was concern about their respiratory health.

Based on the described conditions and a strong odor, Manatee County Hazmat began testing air quality around 11:20 am. By 2:05 deputies went back into the property with a search warrant to collect more evidence.

The investigation continues.

(photo from PETA)