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Two face animal cruelty charges after investigation near 24th and Glendale in Milwaukee

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Updated: 7:14 p.m. on October 8, 2019

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Police say two people were taken into custody for criminal charges related to animal cruelty after executing a search warrant near 24th Place and Glendale Avenue Tuesday.

Milwaukee police recovered the remains of a canine while investigating a tip that human remains were buried on the property. 

People in the neighborhood feared the worst as they watched police head into a backyard with shovels, then put a black tarp up so no one could see what was going on. After hours of digging, they found the buried remains of a dog.

The house was boarded up and deemed unfit for human habitation due to debris inside the property. 

Qualaundra Carr reported the miss to the city last week, writing in her complaint, "I share a one-way alley with a number of homes that leave their alley entrance filthy. Please schedule a 'walk-through' of this alley. It's gotten worse."

There were crowds watching this play out Tuesday, including community activists. One of them urged people -- if you see something not right on your block, tell someone.

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Updated: 5:23 p.m. on October 8, 2019 

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A tip led Milwaukee officials to a home near 24th Place and Glendale Avenue on Tuesday, October 8 where human remains were believed to be buried. However, an investigation and search of the property uncovered remains of a canine. 

According to police, a search warrant was served at the home on Tuesday. The Wisconsin Department of Justice responded to the scene. 

Officials say an extensive search of the property and excavation of the yard, no human remains were recovered. 

SKY DRONE 58 captured the home from above, showing piles of garbage spilled out of the home. 

Due to the debris located inside the property, police deemed it unfit for human habitation and it was boarded up. 

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Posted: 11:14 a.m. on October 8, 2019 

Authorities have a large area taped off near 24th Place and Glendale Avenue in Milwaukee on Tuesday, October 8. 

The Wisconsin Department of Justice and Milwaukee Police Department are helping in the investigation.

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