Glynn women charged with animal cruelty for clipping puppies’ tails

Two Glynn County women were released Wednesday from the Glynn County Detention Center after being arrested on aggravated animal cruelty charges for allegedly clipping the tails of a litter of puppies they were fostering without permission.

Kimberly Bowen Brazell, 67, and Lisa Hope Cook, 61, were arrested Saturday after a complaint was made to Glynn County Animal Control by Heather Gavitt, a police report said.