100 Dogs Seized from Former KY County Official

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/22/2011 12:09 pm
Animal control officers removed more than 100 dogs from the home of a former Eastern Kentucky county official.

The animals were reportedly in bad condition Friday when they were taken from the home of Randal Good.

He's a former Pike County Deputy Judge Executive.

The dogs are being treated for malnutrition at a local shelter.
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