Mechelle Kelly was indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury Thursday on one count of felony animal cruelty.

Oreo, the dog dragged nearly 100 yards by a car on May 29.

Animal Charity of Ohio, who treated the dog after its injuries, posted on its Facebook page

"Today a grand jury indicted Mechelle Kelly on one count of felony animal cruelty.
If you remember Oreo was dragged 100 yards behind a car going 35 miles per hour by Mechelle because she broke loose from her chain. Oreo is on the road to recovery and still under our medical care. We will continue to update her case as it progresses through the court system.

In the morning of May 29, the Youngstown Police Department and Animal Charity of Ohio responded to the scene on the east side of Youngstown.

Eyewitnesses said Oreo, the black and white dog, was dragged approximately 100 yards while the car traveled at about 35 mph. After arriving at the destination, the dog was chained up in the backyard.

An assessment done by the Animal Charity's medical staff found each of Oreo's paws with at least two broken toes and each paw has been degloved. She has several broken nails and severe abrasions on all of her legs, stomach and chin. They posted a photo on Facebook showing spots of blood on the road from the incident.