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In a north Minneapolis home, a number of chickens were found injured and covered in blood, creating suspicions of cockfighting and animal cruelty.
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Animal control officer Melissa Mathis held one of the birds, with a damaged spur, that was impounded at the Minneapolis Animal Care and Control facility.
A bloody wooden box found by Minneapolis city officials in Cheng Lor's North Minneapolis home.
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