Accused animal abuser April Irving may be back in Saskatchewan

Posted May 24th, 2019 by admin and filed in 长沙夜网
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Animal Protection Services of Saskatchewan (APSS) is turning to social media to try and locate April Dawn Irving, who is wanted in Alberta on animal cruelty charges.

In a Facebook post, APSS said they are sharing Irving’s picture in the hopes she can be located on an outstanding warrant.

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    The warrant was issued in February 2016 after Irving failed to appear for a second time in court on the charge.

    READ MORE: Arrest warrant issued for accused animal abuser April Irving

    Irving is charged with one count of cruelty to animals after five dogs were found dead on her property near Milk River, Alta., along with 201 neglected animals that were seized in December 2014.

    Kaley Pugh, the executive director of the APSS, said there are rumours Irving may be back in Saskatchewan.

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    Irving was convicted in June 2010 of charges under Saskatchewan’s Animal Protection Act after 82 dogs were seized from her property near Foam Lake.

    She was fined $5,000, the highest penalty under the act at the time, and given a ten-year restriction on owning more than two dogs.

    READ MORE: Accused Alberta dog hoarder previously charged in Saskatchewan

    Anyone with information on Irving’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Lethbridge Crown Prosecutor’s office at 403-381-5211 or their local police detachment.

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