A woman who has had animal cruelty charges in both Saskatchewan and Alberta is being highlighted by both Saskatoon Crime Stoppers and its provincial counterpart.
Constable Ryan Ehalt says Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers approached them because of the Saskatoon group's presence on social media. It's the first time Crime Stoppers has been used to in an animal welfare case. Police are looking for tips in finding 57 year old April Dawn Irving. In 2016, more than 200 dogs were taken from her property in Milk River and then she didn't show up for court in Lethbridge. In 2010 , Irving had more than 80 dogs seized from her property near Foam Lake. Going back event further, Irving was also accused of mistreating animals in 2007 in Fort McMurray, but those charges were withdrawn. Irving was last known to be in Jamaica, but it's expected her visa would have expired by now.