- Forfeiture of all 14 dogs to the Hudson Valley Humane Society ("HVHS").
- $12,000.00 restitution to the HVHS representing a portion of the expenses related to the care of these dogs.
- Mr. Braxton is unable to own dogs for a period of 1-year.
- Monitoring and unscheduled supervision by the HVHS of Mr. Braxton’s residence for a period of 1-year.
All 14 dogs are currently available for adoption and can be viewed at the HVHS website: www.hvhumane.org Adoptions are by appointment only; interested parties should contact the HVHS at or at . The HVHS reserves the right to approve or deny any adoption application.
Some of the available dogs include:
- "PARIS" - a 2 year old spayed, female Rottweiler
- "BONNIE" - an approximately 4-5 year old spayed, female German Shepherd
- "TARA" - an approximately 11 month old spayed, female German Shepherd
- "GUS" - an approximately 2 year old neutered, male German Shepherd
- "CLYDE" - an approximately 2 year old neutered, male German Shepherd
- "COCO" - an approximately 2 year old spayed, female German Shepherd
HVHS Humane Law Enforcement Chief of Patrol, Richard Raheb and Agent Ann Marie Gaudio, led the investigation. Rockland County Assistant District Attorney, Michael Dugandzic presented the case. The statute under which Mr. Braxton pled guilty is as follows: