Two Charged in Animal Cruelty Case Appear in Court
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - A father and daughter who were charged in October with numerous counts of animal cruelty after more than 50 dogs were found in their McCracken County home appeared in court Thursday.

Court records show Harold and Jennifer Campbell requested a public defender during their arraignment. They each face 43 counts of second degree animal cruelty.

The Cambells were charged after McCracken County Animal Control officers executed a search warrant at their home while Jennifer was in jail, finding more than 50 Chihuahuas living in poor conditions. Several of the animals died, and Harold was later arrested. 

The dogs were taken to the McCracken County Humane Society, where they are currently receiving care.

Published 10:21 AM, Friday Nov. 08, 2019
Updated 04:27 PM, Wednesday Dec. 04, 2019

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