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Charoyd Bell above and Georgia Chatman below — Photos ACSO

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Animal Shelter Needs Help
from Michelle Peyroux
May 17, 2017 -

Click here to donate to the Shelter!

The Natchez Adams County Humane Society needs your help!

As most of you know, Adams County Sheriff Deputies recently busted a Natchez dog-fighting ring and arrested the suspected perpetrator. 15 dogs were removed from the property and taken into protective custody.

NACHS has been assisting the ACSO with the dogs' care by vaccinating and worming all of them, in addition to providing flea/tick treatment and heartworm preventative. Several of the dogs have infected wounds that we are treating with antibiotics. These sweet babies range in age from young puppy to adult, and their physical condition ranges from emaciated to healthy. Despite what they have been through, they wag their tails when they see us and give kisses in gratitude.

Taking care of their various health and emotional issues is a massive undertaking for NACHS. Any donation you can provide will greatly help our financial burden. Please stop by the shelter during business hours to make a cash or check donation, or you can visit their website to use PayPal.

Thank you for helping this group of abused dogs and all of the homeless pets in our community!

 Visit their website to help out today!

All of the dogs seized are still considered Police Evidence and unavailable for adoption. For more information contact Jerry Brown at ACSO.


Below is the press release for Charoyd Bell B/M D.O.B 05/21/1980. He was charged with Felony Cruelty To Animals- Dog fights 97-41-19:

On 05/11/2017 (Around 1830) Deputies received an anonymous call in reference to Dog Fighting that was taking place at 507 Lasalle St (City Limits) in Natchez. Upon the deputies arrival, they could hear what appeared to be distressful yelps and howls coming from the bayou next to the residence. As they approached the residence, Georgia Chatman made contact with the deputies and was later arrested on an active warrant that she had with the Natchez Police Department. Deputies continued to follow the sounds of distress coming from the dogs in the bayou. As they entered the bayou, the deputies observed two black males in the area where the howls were coming from. One of the males was holding a pit bulldog on a leash which was facing another pit bulldog that was wearing a harness tethered to a tree. A Third pit bulldog was also running loose in the area unrestrained. The male holding the pit bulldog on the leash was identified as Charoyd Bell and the other male, who was sitting on the ground, was identified as Damien Green. The dog on the leash had severe scarring on it’s face, head, and body, along with swelling and fresh cuts. It was also bleeding and it’s tongue had been partially bitten off. Both subjects were then escorted out of the bayou, and Charoyd Bell was placed under arrest for Felony Cruelty to Animals- Dog fights. 14 other dogs were rescued. Some appeared in be in very poor condition and several pieces of evidence were collected. The animals are now in a safe location as they wait to be examined by a veterinarian. Attorney Nan Garrison and Animal Advocate Barbara Platte were called to the scene and are assisting us with this case. More charges could be added pending the veterinarian’s report and further investigations.
Travis Patten, Sheriff
306 State St.
Natchez, Ms. 39120
601-442-2752 ext 101 office
601-442-2911 fax

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