A Clark County woman is charged with mistreatment of animals after a dog was found with its legs zip-tied together last fall. Thirty-four-year-old Jill Warminski will find out next month if her case will head to trial. Deputies were dispatched to a home in Thorp after receiving a report that a dog had been zip-tied around its front two legs. One reported a cut on the dog’s leg was so deep he could see the bone. Warminski reportedly told investigators she couldn’t take care of the dog and couldn’t find another person to take over for her.
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