Boynton Woman Charged With Animal Cruelty

Police say this dog was abused by a Boynton woman. See the dog after animal care and control specialists nursed it to health, below.

BOYNTON BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boynton Beach Police have charged a woman with animal cruelty. According to the police, “Elizabeth Ebben, 19, is charged with felony cruelty to animals and unlawful confinement of animals/animal abandonment. Ebben turned herself in to the Palm Beach County Jail early this morning.

Elizabeth Ebben, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

Earlier this year, officers responded to a report of a severely neglected dog, weighing only 14 pounds, its ribs and pelvic bones easily visible. The dog, named Buddy, was nursed back to health by Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control and then transferred to the Peggy Adams Rescue League, where it was adopted on Feb. 3.”

The photos of the dog — before and after — are in this post. You can read the complete arrest report by clicking below.



This dog was nursed back to health, according to police, after it was abused. The alleged abuser was arrested by Boynton Beach Police today (April 13, 2020).

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