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NEW VIDEO: Southwest Tallahassee woman facing additional animal cruelty charges

Twelve charges were filed against Judy Dubois Wednesday
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Posted at 5:24 PM, Jul 10, 2024

UPDATE JULY 11:

The Tallahassee woman facing several counts of animal cruelty charges was back in court Thursday morning.

Judy Dubois was arrested back in May when law enforcement confiscated dozens of animals. Thursday, she was in court for alleged animal cruelty to pigs.

Her bond was set at $250 dollars per count. She is facing 12 counts of animal cruelty.

A judge also stated that Dubois will no longer care for animals nor have them in her care.

ORIGINAL STORY:

A Southwest Tallahassee woman accused of animal cruelty earlier in the year is facing new charges. Dozens of dogs were confiscated in April.Now, she's facing charges related to pigs.

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Pigs found at Dubois' property

On May 4, Leon County Sheriff's Office's Livestock Team helped Leon County Animal Control remove more than 30 pigs from Judy Dubois' property in the Southwest Tallahassee neighborhood.

In May, LCSO wrote, "following the relocation, several of the female pigs were discovered to be pregnant, with one giving birth to a litter of piglets later that evening."

Because of previous charges, Dubois had been barred from possessing any animals. Watch our coverage of her previous appearance in court below:

Southwest Tallahassee woman charged with animal cruelty after dozens of dogs were confiscated

LCSO confirmed that now Dubois is facing charges related to pigs found back in May. Dubois' first appearence for the latest charges is set for Thursday morning.