WARREN COUNTY, Tenn. - The case of a Warren County woman who kept more than 100 dogs living in terrible conditions at a suspected puppy mill has been closed.
On Tuesday, Wilma Jones entered a best interest plea to animal cruelty charges and was given probation.
In May 2012, Jones was charged with 10 counts of animal cruelty, and five counts of possession of controlled substances after law enforcement officers and an animal rescue group seized more than 120 dogs from Jones' Centertown property. They found most of the animals standing in filth, and suffering from infections, dehydration, and malnourishment.
As part of her sentence Jones was banned from having more than four dogs or cats.