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12 arrests and the seizure of 367 pits bulls in one of the nation's largest crackdowns on dog fighting.
Federal, state and local officials raided homes in Alabama and Georgia and also seized more than $500,000 in cash that investigators believe was tied to illegal gambling on dog fights.
Authorities said that the dogs at one home were covered by fleas and secured by heavy chains, while some pit bulls were so malnourished their ribs were sticking out and others had bad wounds that required emergency care.
The animals are now being cared for at undisclosed locations, and they will have to be kept as evidence while the case progresses.
Eventually, they hope to retrain the dogs and get them new homes.