Graves County deputies searching for woman accused of animal cruelty

The Graves County Sheriff’s Office says it wants your help finding a woman accused of animal cruelty.

Deputies say charges of animal cruelty are pending against 51-year-old Tammy Littlepage, whose last known address is a home along State Route 849E in Boaz.

The sheriff’s office says deputies investigating a report of animal cruelty uncovered several dogs in need of medical care and living in filthy conditions.

Deputies say a search warrant revealed that the home’s interior was covered in feces, urine and trash. Four dogs were found in the home, and deputies say they were malnourished, emaciated, and at least one dog had mange. The animals were seized and taken to the Graves County Animal Shelter and Mayfield Veterinary Clinic.

Deputies have sent a photo of Littlepage, which was taken in 2012. If you have information about where she is, you can call the Graves County Sheriff’s Office at 270-247-4501.

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