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A pet cemetery in Illinois is being accused of deceiving their clients and giving them random ashes after the remains of dozens of animals were discovered decomposing in a freezer.
The mug shots were also plastered on a poster that was used in probation offices, drug clinics, and schools.'When I first saw the (mug shots), I thought we could use them to try to save lives, not to punish Penny,' Umholtz said.Animal rescue volunteer Richie Rich said he made the discovery while he was searching for a lost dog in South Pekin.'We were out there searching for a dog named Cosmo, a great dane,' Rich told local CBS broadcaster WMBD on Thursday.'When we were making our rounds, close to a pumpkin field where she was last seen, and Kayla noticed some standing water of the cemetery.' Rich, who works with the Trap and Animal Rescue of Peoria (TRAP) organization, said he began searching the cemetery because it would have likely provided the right conditions for a domesticated animal, including water and shelter.'We pulled in to check for paw prints, didn't see anything, we're immediately met with the smell of what we thought at the time was roadkill...There was a chest freezer outside, along the side of the building that, the closer we got to it, the stronger the smell.'Tazewell County Chief Deputy Jeffrey Lower later told WMBD: 'There were three animals inside it that had been there for some time.
But Tazewell County State's Attorney Stewart Umholtz decided to offer an alternative.