AR-News: (US) Animal cruelty case is delayed, ruling sought on evidence

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Sat Sep 13 10:24:06 EDT 2003

[from Hopkinsville Kentucky New Era]

A Christian County attorney who is prosecuting a local high school teacher 
charged with animal cruelty is seeking a circuit court ruling to stop 
District Court Judge Arnold Lynch from suppressing evidence in the case. 

Defendant Jeanette Quarles will not appear in District Court for a court 
trial on Monday, as originally planned. A hearing now has been scheduled 
for 9 a.m. Oct. 10 in Christian Circuit Court, when Judge John Atkins will 
review the case and possibly make his finding. 
Quarles, 38, of Hillwood Circle, is charged with three counts of 
second-degree animal cruelty, a misdemeanor offense in Kentucky. She 
allegedly set bowls of anti-freeze in her yard sometime in 2002 between 
May 24 and Dec. 4. 

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