COBB COUNTY, Ga. — A Cobb County woman faces animal cruelty charges after police said she left her puppy inside a hot car late last month. 

Warrants say Miriam Waddell Nunn left her gray puppy in the car for roughly two hours at Jim Miller Park May 28.

When officers got there around 1:30 p.m., police said the temperatures outside the car was 93 degrees - inside it was a scorching 112 degrees. 

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"Said accused did create a dangerous condition for said animal in that the temperature exceeded the normal body temperature of a dog that type, size and breed," warrants say. 

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The warrants also say the dog was dehydrated and required emergency fluids from the Cobb Emergency Vet Clinic. 

Nunn now faces one misdemeanor felony county of cruelty to animals. 

A judge issued her a $1,000 bond.

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