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Animal Abuse Suspects Enter Alford Pleas

Three people charged in a massive animal cruelty case in Jackson County entered Alford pleas Monday.

That means Shawn Embs, Tim Foust-Robbins, and Aimee Foust do not admit guilt, but acknowledge there's enough evidence to convict them.

They were arrested in March after police found more than a hundred dogs in filthy conditions at a home near McKee.

Some of the dogs died.

The judge gave Shawn Embs 30 days in jail, while Aimee Foust and Tim Foust-Robbins got home incarceration, followed by probation.

The three also cannot have pets for two years.


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