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July 6--  The Ailey woman facing animal cruelty charges in Montgomery and Candler Counties has been indicted by a Candler County grand jury.

angelapowellmcshoFifty-one-year old Angela Powell was indicted on one count of aggravated cruelty to animals for causing the death of a dog and 31 counts of animal cruelty for failing to provide adequate food and sanitary conditions at her German Shepherd breeding facility in Candler County.  Last January the Candler County Sheriff rescued more than 160 dogs from the property and 91 other dogs were discovered living in filth at her kennel in Higgston.

She is also facing charges in Montgomery County but has yet to be indicted.

Last month Powell's attorneys notified local and state officials they are seeking $3 million in damages for alleged "harassment and unfair treatment" of their client.

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