September 5-- The Higgston dog breeder who made national headlines in January for animal cruelty has had a new indictment returned against her by a Candler County grand jury.
Angela Powell was indicted on three additional charges of aggravated cruelty to animals after veterinarians at the University of Georgia examined dog bones found on her property. She now faces a total of 35 counts in the case.
Powell was arrested in January after more than 160 dogs were recovered from her property in Candler County.
She's also facing animal cruelty charges in Montgomery County where 91 dogs were found living in mud, feces and urine at her kennel in Higgston.