Coffee County deputies have arrested a woman on animal cruelty charges.
Authorities say that 24-year-old Agnes Leuvenia Miller abandoned several cats and dogs in a mobile home without food, nearly a month ago.
Deputies responded to a residence on Sand Street, where a citizen told them that Miller had moved out of the home at the beginning of March, and left several animals behind.
The electricity had been turned off since that time.
Deputies discovered one dead dog, and several other malnourished animals while at the residence, which was over-flowing with animal feces.
Animal control was called to the scene to remove the remaining animals.
Deputies were able to locate the offender, Agnes Leuvenia Miller, who admitted to being responsible for leaving the animals.
Miller was arrested and charged with two counts of cruelty to animals, and booked into the Coffee County Jail early Wednesday morning.
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