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Monday, Sep 30, 2002County: Baltimore City
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Defendant/Suspect: Eamon Doyle Givens
On July 3, 2003, Eamon Doyle Givens, the owner of Chauncy Kennels at 3031 Dogwood Rd. in Baltimore, was convicted of cruelty-to-animals charges for failing to provide food, water, and proper veterinary care to his dogs-resulting in the starvation death of a puppy. PETA was first alerted to this case in October 2002 by a concerned Baltimore County resident who had seen the motionless puppy, huddled in a fetal position in the corner of Givens' property. Givens was sentenced to 90 days in jail for his crime (misdemeanor charges of cruelty to animals in Maryland allow for a maximum fine of $1,000 or up to 90 days in jail upon conviction, for each count).
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