Jolindy’s Linda Brown set to appear in court, hearing on violation of probation in animal cruelty case

SOMERSET CO., Md. – A Pocomoke City woman who pleaded guilty to animal cruelty has a hearing scheduled this month, for a violation of probation.

According to online court records, a hearing is scheduled for Linda Brown on Monday, March 25 for reportedly violating her probation.

Brown, the owner of Jolindy’s German Shepherds in Pocomoke, pleaded guilty to three counts of animal cruelty on December 27, 2018. She originally faced 14 counts. This comes after 40 dogs were seized from her property back in July of 2018.

As part of her deal, Brown faces three years of unsupervised probation, during which animal control can check-up on her at any time. She’s also not allowed to have more than the four dogs she currently owns, and all four must be spayed or neutered.

On Tuesday, Somerset County Dog Control told 47 ABC that all of the dogs rescued from Jolindy’s have been adopted and they are constantly following up with the families who now care for them.

After Brown pleaded guilty, 47 ABC got an exclusive look at the conditions inside Jolindy’s: click here for that story.

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