BRICK TOWNSHIP — The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office has filed motions to revoke the pretrial release of Aimee Lonczak, 49, and Michele Nycz, 58, both of Brick Township.
The prosecutor’s office said the women had violated terms of their release after they were arrested and charged with animal cruelty and endangering the welfare of a child.
The motions will be heard before state Superior Court Judge Guy Ryan in Toms River on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m.
On Dec. 3, the two women were arrested after authorities found two dead animals and 180 live dogs and cats in what authorities said were filthy and inhumane conditions in the house they occupied.
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