A man accused in a dog breeding case in Northern Michigan receives $37K for junk cleaning

A man accused in a dog breeding case in Northern Michigan receives $37K for junk cleaning ...

EAST BAY TOWNSHIP, MI A man accused of animal cruelty is also being exposed to repercussions related to a blight cleanup on his property, which was in violation of a local junk ordinance.

Raymond Feagles, 72, pleaded not guilty to a, was charged with causing damage to his property in East Bay Township, according to a court filing. The front yard was littered with more than 10 automobiles and a motor house; the residence was condemned, according to a court hearing. Dogs were living among the contents.

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The destruction of more than 160 dogs on January 28 resulted in the seizure of the property, which claimed the lives of 32 people and wounded five others. The remaining dogs are in the care of humane society and animal shelters, which are preparing them for adoption. The situation has been described as a "small-scale breeding operation."

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