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ND couple faces charges after allegedly keeping animals in filthy conditions

KATHRYN, N.D. -- A Kathyrn couple has been charged with animal neglect after deputies seized 64 dogs from their property. Previously: 64 dogs rescued from filthy conditions in Barnes County Ginger and Karl Helland are accused of keeping the anima...

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Image from video of the dogs seized from the Kathryn couple.

KATHRYN, N.D. -- A Kathyrn couple has been charged with animal neglect after deputies seized 64 dogs from their property.

Ginger and Karl Helland are accused of keeping the animals in filthy, dangerous conditions.
The Barnes County Sheriff's Office confiscated the dogs from their property, June 15, according to a post on the Prairie Paws Rescue website.

Prairie Paws, based in Jamestown, is caring for the dogs.

In 2014, Ginger Helland was found not guilty of animal neglect and abuse.

In that case, deputies found sick and dead horses on her property.

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