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Dogs Die In Outside Heat, Owner Arrested
Updated May 5, 2013 12:08 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(MOORESVILLE, IN) - A Mooresville woman is in custody after allegedly leaving six dogs outside in 90-degree heat, killing two of them.

51-year-old Rose Bell faces several charges of animal neglect in a case that the Morgan County Sheriff's Office says was so bad, they issued a warrant for her arrest.

A neighbor found the dogs outside and called police.

The dogs were taken to the Morgan County Humane Society where one of the dogs died just two hours later.

A second dog died two days later.

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