Georgia police rescue 100 dogs in 'one of worst cruelty to animals cases'
Authorities in Polk County, Georgia, rescued 70 dogs from the woods in what the police department called the "worst cruelty to animals cases" it has ever seen.Posted — Updated
At least eight law enforcement and animal control organizations, along with citizen volunteers, helped get the rescue the dogs and find shelters for them.
Several of the videos showed volunteers walking and petting the dogs.
The police department said it arrested a man and charged him with 107 counts of cruelty to animals and 107 counts of felony criminal attempt at dog fighting.