Officials mum on animal hoarder case

Posted: Tuesday, October 20, 2009

ANCHORAGE - Anchorage officials have yet to say what they are going to do with dozens of animals found last week at the home of a woman accused of animal cruelty.

Deputy Municipal Attorney Rhonda Westover said the city is grateful that so many people are offering to adopt cats, but at this point they are evidence. She said any talk about them could jeopardize Deborah Ann Allen's opportunity for a fair trial.

Allen disputes the allegations, telling the Anchorage Daily News that the conditions described in a police affidavit are inaccurate.

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