BREANNA LEE SULINSKI arrested after two dogs were found in very poor condition in an unoccupied home
- Connecticut, USA -
The Waterford Police Department arrested 39-years-old BREANNA LEE SULINSKI (pictured below) on January 5, 2022, but the case involving her began back in November 2021.
Police said that on November 5, the Waterford-East Lyme Animal Control Office received a report regarding the wellbeing of animals at SULINSKI’s home on 8 Tyler Place, Quaker Hill.
An officer went to the residence and made several attempts to contact SULINSKI but they were unsuccessful.
On November 16, the same resident who had called animal control on November 5, was able to provide pictures of the dogs at SULINKSI’s home.
According to a news release, both dogs were “in very poor condition.”
The following day, police along with animal control obtained a Search and Seizure Warrant for the residence which was executed the same day.
Police said the home was unoccupied. The furbabies were removed and taken to a local veterinarian for medical care.
An active arrest warrant was obtained through the New London Superior Court for SULINKSI and on January 5, 2022, police located her and took her into custody.
SULINSKI was charged with two counts each of animal cruelty, no rabies vaccination and unlicensed dog.
The Day reports that SULINSKI was held in lieu of a $10,000 court-set bond and appeared in New London Superior Court on January 6, 2022.
Police said the Town of Waterford has taken legal ownership of the dogs and the Waterford-East Lyme Animal Control Office will continue working with them until they are ready for adoption.
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