No charges in SPCA leader's dog death
PHILADELPHIA - August 28, 2009 (WPVI) -- Action News has learned that charges will NOT be filed against the CEO of the Richmond SPCA - in the death of her dog.
As we first reported Thursday morning, Robin Starr has been a fierce critic of Michael Vick. She tells officials her husband left their dog in a hot car for four hours.
The dog later died.
Some people are calling for Starr to resign.
The president of the national SPCA called the incident a "horrible accident."
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