Doug Ponder
Jane Embry of Magnolia is pictured on the witness stand at her jury trial in LaRue County District Court on Friday, February 16, 2018. She was found guilty on 100 counts of animal cruelty.
Embry found guilty

A jury returned a guilty verdict, Friday, February 16, 2018 in LaRue County District Court concerning an ongoing animal cruelty case that began in December of 2015.

Jane Embry of Magnolia was found guilty of 100 counts of second degree cruelty to animals. As a result, Embry will serve ten days in jail per count, which totals 1,000 days. However, Embry can only serve a maximum of 365 days (one year) in jail because all the charges are misdemeanors. Embry will pay a $500 fine per count, which totals $50,000.