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4 children, more than a dozen pets discovered living in squalor in Queens
RICHMOND HILL (WABC) -- A man in Queens is facing several charges after police found four children living in a home full of animals.
Police came to the home in Richmond Hill on Sunday morning after responding to a domestic dispute.
Inside, they found the four kids, ages 7-11, living in terrible conditions. They also found fifteen dogs, ten of them puppies, two boa constrictors and a lizard.
A 29-year-old man was arrested for endangering the welfare of a child, and cruelty to animals.
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