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A pet store owner accused of performing surgery on animals without anesthesia, suffocating them and disposing of sick and dying pets in a trash bin pleaded no contest Wednesday to animal cruelty charges.Young Sam Park, 52, pleaded no contest to seven counts of animal cruelty and one count of animal neglect as part of a plea deal with prosecutors, the district attorney's office said.Park faces up to six years in state prison when he is sentenced March 14. He remains free on $451,000 bail.Park was initially charged in a grand jury indictment with more than 20 felony counts that carried a maximum penalty of 22 years in prison.He was accused of suffocating dogs and cats with a rubber glove, choking and beating a Rottweiler and leaving it in a dumpster, clipping ears without anesthesia, and releasing a dog onto the street after accepting payment to euthanize it.Prosecutors said the incidents occurred at Park's Animal House Pet Store in suburban Lynwood between 2004 and 2007. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals investigated several complaints against Park and brought the case to prosecutors' attention. Source: San Jose Mercury News - Feb 15, 2008

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A pet store owner accused of performing surgery on animals without anesthesia, suffocating them and disposing of sick and dying pets in a trash bin pleaded no contest Wednesday to animal cruelty charges.Young Sam Park, 52, pleaded no contest to seven counts of animal cruelty and one count of animal neglect as part of a plea deal with prosecutors, the district attorney's office said.Park faces up to six years in state prison when he is sentenced March 14. He remains free on $451,000 bail.Park was initially charged in a grand jury indictment with more than 20 felony counts that carried a maximum penalty of 22 years in prison.He was accused of suffocating dogs and cats with a rubber glove, choking and beating a Rottweiler and leaving it in a dumpster, clipping ears without anesthesia, and releasing a dog onto the street after accepting payment to euthanize it.Prosecutors said the incidents occurred at Park's Animal House Pet Store in suburban Lynwood between 2004 and 2007. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals investigated several complaints against Park and brought the case to prosecutors' attention. Source: San Jose Mercury News - Feb 15, 2008

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