Arrests made in two separate Albany animal abuse cases

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Two people are arrested in connection with two separate alleged animal abuse cases.

Albany police says Elisa Sumner, 27, was arrested for an August incident.

They say that she didn’t feed or give water to her 2-year-old German shepherd.

The animal allegedly suffered from malnutrition and severe bite wounds that ultimately killed the dog.

In the second case, police say that Jeneva Ross, 45, restrained two dogs in her car, putting them in a muzzle.

Police say they found the animals did not have enough food, water or shelter, and they found dog urine and feces in the backseat.

Both people have been charged with animal cruelty.