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Owner of dogs found dead in Albuquerque gets jail sentence

Owner of dogs found dead in Albuquerque gets jail sentence

The Associated Press
May 24, 2018 10:36 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A woman whose dogs were found abandoned and dead inside an SUV in northeast Albuquerque last month has pleaded guilty to multiple counts of animal-related offenses.

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Court records show that 55-year-old Annette Rosenow appeared Thursday in Torrance County Magistrate Court.

She was sentenced to 23 days in jail and ordered to pay more than $700 in fees for charges of failing to properly register her animals and selling dogs without a permit.

Rosenow reportedly hired a couple to transport 11 of her dogs to her new home in Texas after she was evicted from her rented home in Estancia, New Mexico.

Authorities say six of the animals were found dead in a locked SUV and the other five dogs were unharmed and dropped off at a veterinary clinic.

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