City woman, juvenile, arrested in allegedly animial cruelty case... one of 10 dogs found dead...
A Jamestown woman and a 16 year-old boy face 10 counts each of animal cruelty after a dead dog was found among the 10 found inside their home on the city's northside.  City police were called to the scene at 1101 Prendergast Avenue just before 11:30 p.m. last Saturday... and found the animal dead.  Police Captain Bob Samuelson says they found all 10 dogs living in deplorable conditions and without sustainance.  Samuelson says a Necropsy has been ordered to determine the cause of death.  Samuelson says 40 year-old Christine Emming and the 16 year-old may also face additional charges pending the outcome of the examination of the deceased dog.  The other nine animals were taken to a local shelter to be cared for.
 

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