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Mike Chilinski Aluk Alaskan Malam02.utes, Alaskan Malamutes Arrested for Animal Abuse and Drugs Jefferson City, Missouri
21st of Nov, 2011 by User596025
Incident Date: Wednesday, Oct 12, 2011 County: Jefferson Charges: Misdemeanor, Felony CTA, Felony Non-CTA Disposition: Alleged Alleged: Mike Chilinski Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a Jefferson City man Wednesday morning on several felony drug citations and animal cruelty charges. Deputies found more than 160 Malamute dogs with little to no water and their kennels full of feces. During their search, deputies also found a marijuana operation with more than 200 plants. Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies were called to Mike Chilinski's residence on Malamute Way, Jefferson City in September for a report of animal neglect. The sheriff's department had received reports of animal cruelty there in previous years, but during the most recent, a man reported that he and his wife went to Chilinski's residence to purchase a puppy. The man reported that he was "horrified by the conditions the dogs were living in," according to court documents. The man said there were more than 100 dogs in make-shift kennels with little to no water and the kennels were full of dog feces. Mike Chilinski faces charges of felony criminal production or manufacturing of dangerous drugs, criminal possession with intent to distribute and use or possession of property subject to criminal forfeiture along with a misdemeanor animal cruelty charge. Authorities say several additional felony animal cruelty charges are pending. The seizure and transportation of the dogs was completed with assistance from the Humane Society of the U.S., the Lewis and Clark Humane Society, more than 20 volunteers and several local veterinarians. All of the dogs - including about 20 puppies and 12 pregnant dogs - are being taken care of at the Lewis and Clark Humane Society. State director for the U.S. Humane Society says Chilinski sold puppies - some of which were very sick - through the internet and newspaper ads, claiming to offer show-quality dogs. Many of the dogs were underweight, had parasites and untreated wounds. A spokesperson for the Lewis and Clark Humane Society says the dogs are now resting comfortably and settling in. Read more:

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