Ms. Cook was also found guilty of violating two Loyalton Municipal Code sections regarding allowing dogs to run at large and allowing dogs to trespass on farm land.
Four Loyalton High School FFA students testified at the trial about the attack and the injuries to the animals. Their advisor, as well as their veterinarian testified regarding the injuries and monetary losses due to the attack.
The District Attorney thanks the Sierra County Sheriff’s Office for their excellent investigation of this matter, as well as their follow up and concern for the students and the community.
Ms.Cook is set to be sentenced on July 5, 2022 at 1:30 p.m.