Two arrested in Omaha animal cruelty case, Nebraska Humane Society says
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The Nebraska Humane Society says two arrests have been made in an animal cruelty case.
Last month, 88 living and 40 deceased animals were recovered from an Omaha home. NHS says some of the animals recovered were severely neglected.
After the investigation, NHS requested felony warrants for the two people who resided at the Omaha home.
According to a news release, Sierra Lang, 30, and Tramaine Thomas, 35, were arrested by the Metro Area Fugitive task force on animal cruelty charges.
“The Nebraska Humane Society would like to thank the Omaha Police Department, other members of the Fugitive Task Force, and the Douglas County Attorney’s Office for their assistance during this investigation and their commitment to the safety and wellbeing of animals in our community,” said NHS in a statement.