Woman accused of keeping dead dogs in U-Haul truck faces judge
PHARR – A woman accused of keeping 33 dead dogs in a U-Haul truck in Pharr last year is facing two counts of animal cruelty.
Christina Arriaga's attorney filed a motion to suppress at a pretrial hearing. Her attorney claims the traffic stop was not lawful – adding police had no probable cause.
The state said they needed more time to respond.
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