posted on November 27, 2012 11:54
New York State Police arrested a Wyoming County woman for changing her residence and leaving 11 cats behind.
49-year-old Theresa Miller moved from the Town of Wethersfield to Cheektowaga and left the cats without proper food, water or care.
Miller is facing charges for the Agriculture and Markets Law Violations of Neglect of an Impounded Animal and Abandonment of a Disabled Animal. She was remanded to Wyoming County jail in lieu of $500 bail.
The owner of the property in Wethersfield -- with the assistance of the Wyoming County Dog Control Officer -- is providing care for the cats before they can be safely relocated to new homes.
A doctor in Livingston County is facing a grand larceny charge.
44-year-old Tiffany Aiello allegedly stole $9,000 from a safe in her home in Caledonia. Officials say the money didn’t belong to her. Bail was set at $2,500.
A Wyoming County man is under arrest following a domestic dispute.
27-year-old Jeremy Preen is charged with criminal obstruction of breathing.
New York State Police Officials say an argument became physical between Preen and a 34-year-old woman and Preen allegedly held the woman down and choked her. He was remanded to Wyoming County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail. An order of protection was issued for the victim.