Cruelty Charges Dropped For Former MAS Workers

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(Memphis) Animal cruelty charges have been dropped against two former Memphis Animal Services employees.

Ernest Alexander was shelter director Tina Quattlebam was the administrative supervisor.

Both were charged with neglect after three dogs starved to death while at the shelter.

There were also numerous violations repeatedly at the shelter even after a raid.

Prosecutors say they don’t have enough evidence to prove their case.

Last month, former Memphis Animal Shelter Veterinarian Dr. Angela Middleton was found not guilty on six counts of aggravated animal cruelty.

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