According to a police affidavit, a veterinarian found "tag marks, scars, open wounds, including some that were infected, fresh scabs, pressure sores" on the dogs seized from the property. The dogs were "chained to heavy stakes and logging chains," according to a court affidavit.
Had these dogs not been discovered, they would have continued to live a miserable existence on the end of a heavy logging chain. They would have been forced into pits to be ripped apart and their lives would be filled with pain and suffering.
Casper and Celeste Ingram must pay for their crimes! Casper has prior felony convictions for drug-related offenses - enough is enough! Help us send a message that these people must be put away!
Update 12/4/2020: Animal Victory has been informed that this case is expected to be continued to next year.
Update 10/27/2020: Read our letter to Prosecutor Tiffany Noble here
Update 7/16/2020: We have been informed that the prosecutor in this case is Tiffany Nobel. The next scheduled court date is Aug. 18. The accused are currently out on bail.
Update 6/17/2020: Please read our letter here