Lowanda “Peanut” Kilby, the former director of the Boggs Mountain shelter in Rabun Co, GA has been indicted on 60 felony counts for her part in scamming the public by using the no kill moniker:

Charges filed against Kilby include theft by taking, theft by deception, computer theft and racketeering.


The indictment accuses Kilby of funneling more than $10,000 of the Lucky Dog money into her personal PayPal account.

Regular readers will recall that Kilby bilked donors using a pay-to-play, mafia style scam where she would guarantee dogs at the supposed no kill shelter would be allowed to live if they received a sponsorship of $100.  Kilby would pocket the cash, kill the “Lucky Dog”, then send the sponsor a yay-your-sponsored-dog-got-adopted letter.  And on to the next.

Kilby was fired in July 2012 after a tenacious local news reporter received insider info and exposed the scam on the evening…

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