Great result in animal cruelty case

Posted on 5th March 2018 | News Category: eastlaw Prosecutions

A woman has been jailed for 22 weeks – suspended for two years – after pleading guilty to two charges of keeping a dog-breeding establishment without a licence, and a further 15 charges of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal or failing to ensure the welfare of an animal.

Rosemary Fabb, of Carr Lane, Roughton, near Cromer, was sentenced at Norwich Magistrates’ Court today after being caught in an undercover sting by North Norfolk District Council officers.

Mrs Fabb was also ordered to pay NNDC’s full costs, of £12,616, as well as a victim surcharge.

Further details of this case can be found on the following links.