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Duncan police arrest man for animal cruelty

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DUNCAN Okla_ Duncan police have arrested the man they say kept his animals in filth and beat them. They said they're waiting for charges to be filed against the man.

Police found Carl Michael Immerdino last night after getting a tip from a person who was meeting up with Immerdino. He had planned to give Immerdino a ride near the Magnolia Manor Apartments in Duncan. Just this past Monday, police searched his home and  found evidence of animal cruelty.

They rescued three dogs and several cats. Neighbors had reported that they saw him beat his dogs with a board, among other acts of cruelty.

In addition to the pending animal cruelty charges, Immerdino faces other city charges stemming from warrants from previous offenses.

We'll keep you updated.

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