Graves County Pair Charged with Animal Cruelty
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MAYFIELD, KY - Two Mayfield residents were arrested Friday after several dogs were discovered at their home living in what authorities describe as deplorable conditions.

Graves County Sheriff Dewayne Redmon says his office got a report Friday about animal cruelty on West Slaughter Road. Deputies and animal control officers arrived and found a dog on the property with a leg injury. The landlord told officers there were several other dogs in the home, and there was no power or water. 

When the tennants arrived they let several dogs out of the home. Officers said the conditions were deplorable and the stench was almost unbearable. The inside of the home was reportedly covered with feces and urine. There was a water bowl and food in the home, but it was reportedly very dirty.

Deputies arrested the residents, 35-year-old Ashley Sullivan and 40-year-old Doman Coffey. Both are charged with 11 counts of 2nd degree animal cruelty.

Published 04:16 PM, Friday Jul. 14, 2017
Updated 09:01 PM, Sunday Jul. 16, 2017

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