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Man with 230+ animals living in "deplorable conditions" among those arrested in animal cruelty roundup: Constable
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HARRIS COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) -- An arrest roundup was held early Saturday morning around Harris County, targeting animal abusers. Operation "Don't Be Cruel" was carried out by the Precinct One Constable's Office animal cruelty unit and the Houston SPCA.

In a press conference, Constable Alan Rosen explained that more than two dozen two deputy teams went out at 5 a.m., arresting 13 individuals and clearing 25 warrants.

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