UPDATE: Dogs Seized in Casper Friday-Colorado Woman Charged
UPDATE: We now have the affidavit for the arrest and more details concerning the condition of the dogs that were seized on Friday evening.
Georgia Lynn Moody, 49, was arrested while at her job at Olive Garden in east Casper.
Sheriff's deputies were called to the parking lot of the Fitness One facility at 5050 E. Second St. There they found her Jeep Cherokee with a U-Haul type trailer attached.
The Jeep was full of personal belongings and appeared as though someone was living in it. Inside they found a cat and the vehicle smelled strongly of urine and feces.
The stench from the trailer was even stronger, and upon looking inside, officers found four, stacked, wire kennel crates filled with a dozen Siberian Huskies. Urine and feces covered the animals and tainted what little food and water were in the trailer.
A small puppy had to be euthanized on the spot by Metro Animal Control, who had been called to the scene.
Moody is from Colorado and had come for a job interview at the restaurant.
She was arrested and charged with animal cruelty, failure to license an animal and failure to immunize.
Moody has been charged with...
13 counts of animal cruelty
13 counts of failure to license an animal
13 counts of failure to immunize
Each animal cruelty charge could bring a maximum of 6 months in jail. The other charges are fines only.
She is being held on $2000 bond.
K2 Radio News has also discovered she is wanted on 61 counts related to animal cruelty in her home state of Colorado. She was to have appeared in court last month, but did not.
ORIGINAL STORY: A trailer full of Siberian Husky dogs were seized by Casper Police Friday night, and the driver of the vehicle towing them arrested.
Police responded to a call at 5:43 pm, that a vehicle with a trailer was parked near the Fitness One Studio at 5050 East 2nd Street.
In the trailer were 12 dogs and one cat.
The officers on the scene described their conditions as "horrific."
The truck and trailer had out-of-state plates. The female driver was arrested and Metro Animal Control has taken charge of the animals.
The suspect has been charged with several counts of animal cruelty.
Their website shows 10 Alaskan Huskies on the PetHarbor page.
The dogs are listed here...