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Update On Abandoned Dog

Shayna Staton pled guilty to one (1) count, a Misdemeanor Animal Cruelty charge, on April 28, 2017.  Sentencing is scheduled for June 13th, 2017. The $2,000 reward will be paid for supplying our officers with critical information that led to the arrest and conviction of Shayna Staton. We are happy to pay this reward for getting justice for the abandoned, neglected dog.

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The dog has gotten a second chance, living with another rescue dog and a member of the Suffolk County SPCA.
Original story below:

SUFFOLK COUNTY SPCA DETECTIVES ARRESTED A NORTH BAY SHORE WOMAN FOR
ANIMAL CRUELTY

The Suffolk County SPCA arrested and charged a North Bay Shore woman with Animal Cruelty on August 15, 2016. Shayna Staton, 32, of 188 Prospect Place, North Bay Shore, was arrested for the severe neglect of her dog. The male Silky/Yorkie was found emaciated, dehydrated, extremely matted and covered with feces and urine The dog was transported to Atlantic Coast Veterinary Hospital. After an arduous investigation, Suffolk County SPCA Detectives were able to compile evidence and charge the owner of the dog. Staton will appear in First District Court in Central Islip October 18, 2016. Chief Gross said that animal cruelty will not be tolerated in Suffolk County.  If you witness any incident of animal cruelty or neglect in Suffolk County please contact the Suffolk County SPCA at (631) 382-7722.  All calls will be kept confidential.

A criminal charge is an accusation.  A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
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SUFFOLK COUNTY SPCA OFFERS A $2,000.00 REWARD FOR INFORMATION ON ABANDONED DOG

The Suffolk County SPCA is offering a TWO thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for abandoning a male
Silky/Yorkie Terrier-type dog in Brentwood.
The SPCA was notified Sunday that the dog was found in a cage on the side of Candlewood Rd and was covered in feces and urine and was extremely matted.
Chief Roy Gross of the Suffolk County SPCA said that the dog was brought to a 24 hour Veterinary Hospital where upon further examination it was found to be emaciated and had open sores on its body.  The dog’s weight was only 4.6 lbs, according to Gross.  It needed aggressive medical attention to save its life, as it was near death.

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