September 14, 2018 8:12 pm

Woman charged in Alberta hotel dog seizure denied bail

RCMP seized eight dogs from a hotel room in Innisfail, Alta. Tuesday, July 17, 2018.

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A woman charged after eight dogs were seized from a hotel room in Innisfail, Alta., has been denied bail after being granted release twice before.

Karin Adams, 46, was first charged on July 19 with impersonating a peace officer and interfering with property under $5,000 in relation to the Innisfail dog seizure. She was granted bail the same day.

READ MORE: Charges laid after 8 dogs seized from central Alberta hotel room

Adams was later charged again with a number of offences: intimidation by following on a highway, criminal harassment and breach of recognizance.

She was granted bail on those charges on Aug. 1.

After being arrested a third time on four counts of breaching recognizance, according to court documents, Adams applied again for bail but was denied on Sept. 6.

Watch from July 19. The owner of a dog that was seized along with seven others in an Innisfail motel room is warning others to make sure you know who you plan to re-home your pet to. Joel Senick reports.

 

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