News Dog Bed of Meko's death launched a massive investigation by Cumming police. "It's been overwhelming. We've received hundreds of phone calls from victims," said Deputy Chief Alethea Barrett. Barrett says two days ago, another victim came forward. According to the arrest warrant, while in Root's care, a dog suffered a ruptured spleen and eye trauma, causing the dog to have to be euthanized. This incident happened in March of 2016. Barrett says this victim didn't come forward in the beginning because she liked Root. "She was a very liked woman in the community. They trusted her with their animals," said Barrett. Barrett says that trust has dated back to 2003 when Root worked at another pet business. Barrett told me investigators believe other abuse cases could have taken place then, which makes their investigation even more complicated.
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