The headlines that broke our hearts: where are these dogs & their abusers now?

lemanskycourtKatharine Lemansky was charged with one count of Class 1 Misdemeanor Cruelty to Animals. If convicted, the charge carries a fine and up to 150 days in jail.

Lemansky appeared before a judge in Wake County Court on December 14, 2015, where she was assigned a public defender. She is still awaiting trial. Lemansky’s dogs remain in her care.

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