Published: Tue, April 23, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

California woman arrested after dumping puppies in the bin

California woman arrested after dumping puppies in the bin

She drove up to a row of dumpsters outside an auto-parts store in Coachella, California, and hopped out with a plastic bag.

On Monday, authorities arrested Deborah Sue Culwell, a 54-year-old Coachella resident whom they had identified as a suspect earlier that day.

A woman was arrested after a bag of puppies was found by a dumpster Thursday, KESQ reports. She walked over to a dumpster used for recycling and tossed the bag in before getting back into her vehicle and driving away. Security footage from surveillance cameras installed at the store show the woman getting out of a Jeep carrying a bag.

"There is no excuse for dumping puppies", Mayer said in a statement.

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"We do feel strongly that this rises to a felony of animal cruelty and when we submit our case to the District Attorney's office, we do believe we'll be successful in pursuing seven counts of animal cruelty", he explains.

"If not for the Good Samaritan's actions, the puppies may not have survived much longer", said the Riverside County Animal Services in a release. The puppies were about three days old and believed to be terrier mixes, animal services said.

"The (man who found the animals) played a major role in saving theses puppies' lives", Riverside County Animal Services Commander Chris Mayer said.

The puppies were cared for by animal services and will be taken in by MeoowzResQ, a Southern California rescue specializing in kittens and cats, to continue the puppies' care. "This was a shameful act".

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