Byron police officers find bags of kittens, man charged with seven counts of animal cruelty

Byron police officers find bags of kittens, man charged with seven counts of animal cruelty

Ronald Wade Tarwick is charged with seven counts of animal cruelty after Byron Police Officers found a bag of kittens outside of his home.
BYRON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Byron Police arrested a man for several counts of animal cruelty Sunday.

According to a news release, a bag of newborn kittens were found under a table outside the home of Ronald Wade Trawick.

Complaints made by neighbors say Trawick beat his dogs and even killed one.

During a search warrant police found eight dogs and eight cats outside the property and eighteen marijuana plant growing inside the home.

A dog removed from a shallow grave in the backyard was identified by a neighbor as a dog Trawick told someone he killed.

Trawick is facing seven charges of animal cruelty and felony drug charges.

The bag of kittens is being cared for by a veterinarian.


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