Arrest Affidavit Reveals New Information into the Deaths of Two Dogs at "Doggie Boutique" in Odessa

Arrest Affidavit Reveals New Information into the Deaths of Two Dogs at "Doggie Boutique" in Odessa

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

ODESSA – An arrest affidavit has revealed some new information after two dogs were found dead at the "Doggie Boutique" in Odessa last month.

Back on July 29, Odessa Police were called out to the "Doggie Boutique" in reference to two dogs being found dead.

According to the affidavit, the owner of the business, Evelyn Baker, left 22-year-old Amber Sais in control, care and custody of the business for four months.

Two days after the report, Sais agreed to be interviewed by police and admitted to being left to care four dogs.

The affidavit stated that Sais didn't go to feed the animals on Sunday, July 27 but made arrangements for one of her helpers to go feed and water the animals. However, when the helper was interviewed by police, the helper said that he found the dogs with no water and very little food on Sunday but he fed and watered the dogs.

Police say Sais stated to police that she checked on the dogs on Monday, July 28 but later changed her story and admitted for not checking on the dogs for over 24 hours leaving the dogs with little to no food, no water and the animals were left in the kennels in their own feces.

Sais was arrested on Wednesday on charges of cruelty to non-livestock animals.