Woman Faces More Charges In Nonprofit Case

Posted at 11:05 PM, Jan 12, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-13 00:05:01-05

A Montgomery County woman, who claimed she headed up a non-profit that rescued and trained service dogs, has been charged with more crimes.

Nicole Hulbig was arrested on theft charges Tuesday Morning. An investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation indicated she collected more than $92,000 for her charity, RRR Service Dogs, but she used more than $10,000 on personal items.

This wasn’t the first time Hulbig has been in trouble. In September in Clarksville, she pleaded guilty to four counts of animal cruelty.

That plea came after authorities found four dead dogs and dozens of animals living in poor conditions on her property.

A judge sentenced Hulbig to two days in jail and 3 years of probation.