Neighbor says she warned sitter about dogs in hot car

Police say Nancy Evans, 67, of Warwick, was

Police say Nancy Evans, 67, of Warwick, was dog-sitting, and left two dogs, named Cody and Lola, in her car outside her apartment on July 21 when temperatures soared into the 80s. (August 3, 2014 11:08 PM)

A woman has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty and confining animals in a vehicle in extreme temperature after two dogs allegedly died in her care.

Police say Nancy Evans, 67, of Warwick, was dog-sitting, and left two dogs, named Cody and Lola, in her car outside her apartment on July 21 when temperatures soared into the 80s.

Neighbor Margaret Mitchell said she...

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