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Former owner of Sac County dogs faces 93 counts of animal neglect

SAC COUNTY (KWWL) -

A western Iowa woman was charged with 93 counts of animal neglect Wednesday after authorities confiscated more than 88 animals from her Sac County property in January.

The Sac County Sheriff's Office says 44-year-old Mary Brodersen has been charged with 88 simple misdemeanors and 5 serious misdemeanors.

Brodersen will have her first day in court later this February.

Many of the dogs were brought to shelters in eastern Iowa, where they generated a lot of attention from people anxious to adopt them.  Others donated food and cash to help take care of the dogs.

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