Police: Hebron woman faces animal cruelty charges after over 30 animals found at home
Police say a Hebron woman faces animal cruelty charges after several animals were found in her home Saturday.
Connecticut State Police say they found more than 30 dogs, over a dozen cats and multiple other animals living in filthy conditions inside and outside the home of Joann Connelly.
Connelly owns a dog and cat rescue operation and is licensed to import animals.
The animals were all checked out by a veterinarian.
Connelly is being held on $ 10,000 bail.