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Woman will be sentenced today for animal cruelty towards dogs that killed Jade
9:33am Friday 18th October 2013 in News
A WOMAN who admitted causing unnecessary suffering to the four dogs that killed 14-year-old Jade Lomas-Anderson will be sentenced today, Friday.
Beverley Concannon, aged 45, will appear at Wigan Magistrates' Court after she pleaded guilty to the cruelty offence under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 earlier this month.
Jade died after she was attacked by two bull mastiffs and two Staffordshire bull terriers in Atherton on March 26.
The dogs were owned by Concannon, at whose former home on Chaucer Road the teenager died.
Concannon admitted causing unnecessary suffering to bull mastiffs Buddy and Neo and Staffordshire bull terriers Ty and Sky between July 19 last year and March 25 this year.
The details of the charge was that she subjected the animals to "an environment that was detrimental to their well-being" and she knew or ought to have reasonably known what she had done.
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