A Georgia woman has been charged in conjunction with a case involving a dead dog who was found inside of an abandoned crate discovered in Ross County, Ohio. According to a report in the Chillocothe Gazette, the deceased dog belonged to 30-year-old Brandi L. Goodman of Conyers.
Goodman admitted that the dog belonged to her, but claims that she found the dog dead inside of her car after finishing her shift at work. Goodman told the authorities that she did not know what to do with the dog’s body. The dog’s cause of death is not yet known; the Ohio State University will be performing a necropsy to determine how the dog died.
It was one of Goodman’s co-workers who reached out to the Ross County dog warden with information about who owned the deceased dog; that person will receive the reward which was offered in the case.
The results of the necropsy will determine if the animal cruelty charges Goodman is facing will be upheld.
Prior article about this case here.
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