WELD COUNTY, Colo. - An alleged animal hoarder from Kern County is heading to court in Colorado Tuesday to learn her charges.
Kimi Peck faces one count of animal cruelty and is being held on $3,00 bail in Weld County, northeast of Denver. She was arrested in Colorado after someone reported seeing two dogs running loose.
Earlier this month Peck failed to appear in a Wyoming court after she surrendered more than 50 dogs.
They all allegedly showed signs of neglect.
Peck ran a dog rescue in Tehachapi. It was shut down in July 2012 , after the Humane Society rescued 150 dogs.
In 2012, several dead dogs were found floating in a pool on her Tehachapi property.
Kimi Peck is the daughter-in-law of actor Gregory Peck.
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