Woman arrested after 11 dead dogs found at Bakersfield homes

A 22-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after animal control officers found 11 dead dogs and dozens of malnourished animals in three homes in Bakersfield earlier this month, police said.

Annie Schreiber was booked on Saturday on 11 suspected animal cruelty counts and other charges after the dead dogs were found. Animal control officers searched the homes Aug. 11 and found 29 neglected dogs and three cats, as well as 11 dead dogs, according to the Bakersfield Police Department.

Schreiber allegedly ran an unlicensed animal boarding and training business and was “directly responsible for animal neglect,” police said.

Schreiber was not at the home during the search, but police said they later found and arrested her in connection with the dead and neglected animals. Police were first called to the scene after a caller reported a foul odor coming from a house on the 100 block of Bernard Street. Two other homes were searched, one on the 9000 block of Centennial Court and one on the 15000 block of Oakencroft Drive. Police said the three houses were linked to Schreiber.

Ten dogs were found in closed kennels in one of the abandoned houses and another dead dog was found in another house, according to police.

Schreiber remains in custody and is scheduled to appear in a Kern County courtroom on Tuesday afternoon. She is being held on $250,000 bail. She was arrested on suspicion of 10 counts of abandoning a dog or cat, 20 counts of animal cruelty and 26 counts of running a kennel without a permit, as well as felony charges, prison records said.

According to police, there are no other suspects.

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-08-23/dead-dogs-found-california-home Woman arrested after 11 dead dogs found at Bakersfield homes

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