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►Authorities are planning to charge Christina ‘Tina’ Fay in up to 200 neglect cases along with federal charges connected with interstate trade, the local police chief told DailyMail.com exclusively
►Since the raid, locals in Wolfeboro - America’s Oldest Summer Resort - have likened Fay to Cruella de Vil, the evil heiress from the children’s book 101 Dalmatians who kidnaps dozens of puppies for their fur
►‘Dogs were on all three floors. It was absolutely disgusting, it was horrid. The smell of ammonia from the urine burned your eyes,' said Police Chief Dean Rondeau
►The team has not yet discovered the bodies of any dogs on site, but Chief Rondeau is convinced they are there, 'buried or incinerated or both'
►The dogs were seized from the eight-bed $1.525 million property in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
►Dogs were taken for vet assessment as many had infections,papilloma and cherry eye. due to the neglect
►Fay sold puppies at prices ranging from $2,500 to $5,000. Great Danes have litters of anywhere between five and 15,’ said Rondeau. ‘So there was a lot of money at stake'