Couple Charged With Cruelty To Animals

A Grand Jury will consider the case of a Knox County couple charged with cruelty to animals.

Earl Enlow and Melanie Rogers both face charges after animal control officials say they found nearly two dozen neglected dogs and horses on the property where the two were living.

They also found the remains of several animals.

Enlow and Rogers have pleaded not guilty.


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  • by Diane Location: Oklahoma on Sep 22, 2008 at 11:32 AM
    I would hope that this couple will get a heavy fine and jail time for cruelty to so many animals>>>>>> I'm so tired of seeing the news on cruelty on animals for the animals can;t speak for their selves and more should be done>>>> Even people that do the crime should do the crime and maybe spend community service in animlas shelters as part as there punishment. Thanks, Diane S. Brooks

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