Senate bill gives SPCA officers fingerprint access to boost animal cruelty arrests

The state Senate passed a new bill Monday that will help solve animal cruelty cases.

News 12 Staff

Mar 5, 2024, 3:22 AM

Updated 45 days ago

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The state Senate passed a new bill Monday that will help solve animal cruelty cases.
The bill gives SPCA officers access to fingerprints.
Sen. Pete Harckham is sponsoring the bill and says it will help lead to cruelty-related arrests by speeding up the time it takes to find suspects.
The bill is now heading to the state Assembly.


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