Alan and Sheree Napier and one of their daughters arrive at the courtroom Wednesday. The jury announced its guilty verdict on multiple counts of aggravated animal abuse.
Alan and Sheree Napier and one of their daughters arrive at the courtroom Wednesday. The jury announced its guilty verdict on multiple counts of aggravated animal abuse. TIFFANY TOMPKINS-CONDIE Bradenton Herald
Alan and Sheree Napier and one of their daughters arrive at the courtroom Wednesday. The jury announced its guilty verdict on multiple counts of aggravated animal abuse. TIFFANY TOMPKINS-CONDIE Bradenton Herald

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