Embattled NJ shelter pleads for another chance after animal cruelty allegations
NEWARK, NJ — Amid failed inspections and alleged dysfunction, Associated Humane Societies in Newark is pleading for yet another chance. Attorney Harry Levin, who spoke on behalf of the organization, addressed Newark’s City Council Tuesday, promising to turn the embattled shelter around in wake of bad headlines and animal cruelty charges filed against its executive director Roseann Trezza.