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An Ohio woman was arrested after, police say, is that the diabetic of 44-year-old was trying to put down her two dogs, and a personal supply of insulin, after that the teeth will hurt another dog during a fight at the trailer park where she lived.
Two of the dogs were handed over to the Stark County Humane Society, and one of them, without exception, have a 6-year-old Shepherd mix, went into convulsions, and died shortly after police arrived, WOIO-TV reported on Sunday.
It was not known what had happened to the other dog, Missy, a 7-year-old German shepherd, to the station.
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Tisha Lynn of Navarre, was accused by the administration of insulin to the dogs last month, the station reported. Online records show she was indicted on the basis of 2016, and Ohio, and the law on the protection of animals from harm.
Mugshot for Tisha Lynn, 44.
(Stark County Jail)
On Monday, she was released on a $25,000 bond and ordered not to have contact with the animal, according to the data, which do not mention lawyer in front of her.
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The police, after a report of a woman found in a laundry “act out” and speak about self-euthanizing her dog, Fox 8 Cleveland reported.
The police report says that Lynn had told the agents that have responded, because her dog injured the other dog, she was told by the manager of the trailer park, they would have to euthanize them within 24 hours for the picture to show as evidence, the station reported.
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She told the officers that she didn’t have money for a vet to do it, so she searched the internet for ways to do it yourself, go to the train station. Then she decided that the best way was to inject them with insulin.