California woman charged with dumping puppies in trash

  • This photo from video released by Riverside County Animal Services on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, shows some of the puppies recovered after Deborah Sue Culwell dumped them into a trash bin behind an auto parts store in Coachella, Calif. Culwell could face up to seven years behind bars on a slew of charges after authorities say surveillance video showed her casually tossing the bag of 3-day-old, palm-sized puppies into a trash can on a sweltering day. (Riverside County Animal Services via AP)

  • This booking photo released by Riverside County Animal Services on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, shows Deborah Sue Culwell. The California woman could face up to seven years behind bars on a slew of charges filed Tuesday after authorities say surveillance video showed her casually tossing a bag of 3-day-old, palm-sized puppies into a trash can on a sweltering day. (Riverside County Animal Services via AP)

  • This Monday, April 22, 2019, photo taken by a Riverside County Animal Services officer shows the arrest of Deborah Sue Culwell at her Coachella, Calif., home. The California woman could face up to seven years behind bars on a slew of charges filed Tuesday after authorities say surveillance video showed her casually tossing a bag of 3-day-old puppies into a trash can on a sweltering day. (Riverside County Animal Services via AP)

LOS ANGELES — A California woman could face up to seven years behind bars on a slew of charges filed Tuesday after authorities say surveillance video showed her casually tossing a bag of 3-day-old puppies into a trash can on a sweltering day.

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