Charges to be filed in Mayfield animal case
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The sheriff’s office says the medical and vet reports from a case where dozens of animals were seized in Mayfield are back, and they are now compiling charges.
As NewsChannel 13 first reported, the property is a rescue organization called Kelly’s Haven – owned and operated by Susan Kelly – a name very familiar to the sheriff’s office.
Kelly was charged in 2011 after hundreds of animals were found in unlivable conditions on her property.
Eleven years later, authorities were back there again, rescuing more animals.
The sheriff’s office says they still have to receive a court order before they can foster the animals out.