Woman who duct-taped dog found guilty

Katharine Lemansky, North Carolina, was found guilty of animal cruelty in Wake County court Friday.
Lemansky posted a picture of her chocolate lab-mix with its mouth taped shut on her social media page, which was labeled with a South Daytona back in November.
That post sparked outrage in South Daytona as callers flooded 9-1-1 about the alleged animal cruelty.
Lemansky was sentenced to one year of supervised probation, which was suspended on Friday.
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