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Tuesday June 2nd, 2015 11:46PM

Villa Rica residents fear pets are being poisoned

By The Associated Press
VILLA RICA, Ga. (AP) -- Residents of a neighborhood in the west Georgia town of Villa Rica fear that someone is poisoning their pets.<br /> <br /> Residents say that a half-dozen animals have either died or become seriously ill in the past four months in the Lost Lake subdivision.<br /> <br /> Carroll County animal control officials say they are looking into the cases but add that it's difficult to prove an individual is intentionally poisoning pets.<br /> <br /> Lt. Mike Jacquinot said tells WSB-TV (http://bit.ly/MEaTp6 ) that the investigation likely cannot move forward without catching someone in the act.
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