A woman accused in deaths of two dogs was sentenced today.
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - The woman accused in the deaths of two dogs in Bellevue was sentenced Wednesday.
A judge gave Ashley Alberts-Roach one year for each dog, served concurrently and she will be out in six months. She also cannot own a dog for 30 years.
Alberts-Roach is accused of leaving her boyfriend's two dogs in a hot truck in 2016. Police say she went back to check on them hours later and they were not moving.
Investigators say she called 911 shortly after to tell police she had just killed two dogs.