Dozens of dogs rescued from alleged puppy mill

August 4, 2012 2:46:28 PM PDT
Dozens of puppies are at the SPCA of Wake County after being rescued from an alleged puppy mill operation in Brunswick County.

The sheriff's office and the Humane Society said they found 100 to 120 dogs living in bad conditions without air conditioning at a home in Leland.  Authorities raided another house in New Hanover County and found 30 more dogs being abused.

Brunswick County sheriff's deputies arrested Amelia and Andrew Millis in connection with the operation.

The rescued dogs were sent to various SPCA shelters across the state, including Mecklenburg and Wake counties.

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