Arnold the latest trainer to be charged with animal abuse

PRESIDENT of the United Queensland Greyhound Association Deborah Anne Arnold had been added to the list of people charged with animal cruelty in the wake of the live baiting scandal.

The trainer and breeder who owned kennels in Churchable was charged with seven counts of serious animal cruelty.

At Ipswich Magistrates Court yesterday, the case was adjourned for a committal mention on July 1.

The adjourned date is the same day at least six other disgraced trainers are due to reappear in court for similar charges.

Other trainers who have been charged include Tom Noble, Reg Kay and Julie Edmondson.

 



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