Whitman County Prosecutor introduced on Friday that he had filed fees in opposition to two Pullman residents in reference to a case by which many lifeless animals had been discovered contained in the Pullman condominium in March.
Denis Tracy wrote in a press release that he was submitting first- and second-degree fees in opposition to Carson Hammer, 21, and Sydney Weston, 20. They’re attributable to seem in court docket on July 8.
Each Hammer and Weston face eight fees of first-degree felony. Weston faces 5 counts of felony prison mischief for second-degree animal cruelty. Hammer faces 4 counts of second-degree animal cruelty.
On March 16, Pullman law enforcement officials adopted up with a report of lifeless animals and unhealthy circumstances in an condominium in The Ruckus housing group on Terre View Drive.
They carried out a search warrant and mentioned they’d discovered many lifeless animals, together with one canine, 4 sugar flies, three ferrets, one rat, one mouse, one bearded dragon, one gecko and one bullet python. In addition they say they’ve discovered a number of stay animals, together with two canine, two cats, two hedgehogs, one turtle, one bearded dragon and one leopard gecko.
The surviving animals had been taken to Washington State College Veterinary Hospital for analysis and therapy, and a few had been later transferred to the Whitman County Humane Society. Many animals had been discovered to be dehydrated and sick.
Among the animals grew to become accessible for adoption by way of the Humane Society so far as their well being allowed.