VANCOUVER – Dog walker Emma Paulsen, who left six dogs to die in a hot truck last year and then tried to cover up their deaths, will be back in court today.
She will be attending for a sentencing hearing, but she could be sentenced today depending on how long proceedings take.
Paulsen was charged last year with six offences under the Criminal Code of Canada and the BC Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
WATCH: Missing dogs found dead:
Global News reported previously that Paulsen had apparently left the six animals under her care in the back of her truck in May, 2014, when she went into a store to run an errand. When she returned, they had all died. Paulsen then panicked and allegedly concocted a story about the dogs being stolen, which led to an almost week-long search for the animals.
“It’s a catastrophic tragedy…
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