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Kitten throwing sisters out on bail

From left: Lynn Murillo, Sandy Murillo Rameriez, Gavino Murillo.

From left: Lynn Murillo, Sandy Murillo Rameriez, Gavino Murillo.

ALBANY, Ga. - Two sisters accused of animal cruelty are out on $1,000 bail each Saturday, a Dougherty County Jail spokeswoman said. According to Albany Police Department reports Lynn Murillo was the passenger in a 2005 white Ford F-150 who threw two 3-month-old, black-and-white kittens out the window onto Liberty Expressway while the pickup drove on at about 8 a.m. Friday. Her sister Sandy Murillo Rameriez drove the pickup.

Lynn Murillo was arrested at a residence on the 1800 block of Pearce Avenue and charged with disorderly conduct and cruelty to animals Friday. Sandy Murillo Rameriez was arrested later and charged with cruelty to animals. The kittens rolled down the embankment near Jefferson Street and were never found.

The sisters’ brother, Gavino Murillo is free on $1,220 bail, added the jail spokeswoman. He was charged with obstruction of an officer by giving misleading information on where his sisters were.

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tocar 1 year, 9 months ago

They need to be taken back to the border and thrown out of the window. They may be abusive if around children or seniors. I hope the Judge will give them what they deserve. The decent and humane thing would have been to take the kittens by the Humane Society.

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Nous_Defions 1 year, 9 months ago

From the information given in this article there were no kittens found, therefore no evidence of a crime, unless one of those charged confessed. I don't see (based on the Herald's reporting) how this will make it to court.

The alleged kittens rolled down the embankment near Jefferson Street and were never found.

I fixed that for you Herald

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