Georgia puppy mill operator arrested after 700 dogs are rescued
Berrien County, GA.
   
 
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By Caroline Radnofsky and Suzanne Ciechalski

A Georgia man has been arrested after more than 700 dogs were found at a puppy mill in conditions that police described as “out of control and inhumane.”

Reason Craig Gray, 58, of Nashville, was facing charges of animal cruelty and obstruction, the Berrien County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement late Thursday.


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