Bail reduced more than $100K for Bakersfield woman accused of animal cruelty | News

A Kern County Superior Court judge reduced bail Thursday by more than $100,000 for a Bakersfield woman accused of animal cruelty after prosecutors said 14 dogs died in her care.

Annie Schreiber, 22, pleaded not guilty to 14 felony animal cruelty charges and Judge Chad A. Louie set her bail at $140,000 during her arraignment last week. Police originally said they found 11 dead dogs and 29 more suffering various levels of neglect at three addresses tied to Schreiber’s unlicensed business.

You can reach Ishani Desai at 661-395-7417. You can also follow her at @_ishanidesai on Twitter.


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