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A woman accused of one charge of second degree murder and 112 counts of cruelty to animals after law enforcement found an alleged puppy mill on her property has bonded out of Stephens County Jail, according to Sheriff Wayne McKinney.



When police arrived at the residence, the responding officer observed seven dogs inside a “very poor, fenced yard,” the affidavit stated. Police observed two dogs chained to trees and two yellow labrador retriever dogs who appeared very thin and sick. Police also saw one of the dogs had a growth and seemed to be weak.