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Mahoning County woman found with 106 dogs is going to jail

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A Mahoning County woman has been ordered to report to jail and pay fines for keeping more than 100 dogs in unsanitary conditions on her Smith Township property.

On Thursday, 58-year-old Terri Wylie pleaded guilty to a total of twelve charges, which included confining animals in unhealthful conditions and failing to provide veterinary care to animals.

106 dogs were confiscated when humane agents raided her North Johnson Road property in January.

She originally faced 200 charges that were filed after what authorities called the largest seizure of animals in the history of Mahoning County.

Judge Diane Vettori sentenced Wylie to six months in jail, and fined her $1,200. In addition Wylie is prohibited from owning more than one dog, and must surrender her kennel license.

Wylie has also been placed on probation for five years.

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