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22 April 2017, 01:25 | Terri Saunders
A stray cat wanders through a backyard
Officers from the Calhoun County Sheriff Department, with help from Battle Creek Animal Control officers, went to the home in the 600 block of South Avenue, in the village about noon. The Athens Township Fire Department was called in to conduct an air quality test. Investigators say a gas detector found decreased oxygen levels and increased methane in the home, which promoted an overnight evacuation.
The Calhoun County Sheriff's Department says the homeowner was cooperative during the investigation which is continuing.
Veterinary staff on site made assessments of the cats.
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On Thursday, they made a decision to table the vote. "It has been on a downward trend.since the first year", he said. The School Board approved the $42,840,628 plan, up 2.72 percent over that of the current year, at a special meeting.
A search warrant executed at this residence resulted in the removal of the cats, which were taken to the Calhoun County Animal Shelter for housing. The home was evacuated for the night so it could be appropriately ventilated. The incident remains under investigation and charges are possible. Download the WZZM 13 app now.
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