A B.C. woman who posed as an animal control officer in an attempt to steal a dog in Innisfail last summer has been sentenced to 90 days in jail.
Karin Adams was arrested and charged after a woman posing as an animal control officer tried to seize a resident's dog.
RCMP who arrested Adams found eight dogs caged up in her motel room.
On Wednesday, in Red Deer Provincial Court, Adams pleaded guilty to impersonation, criminal harassment and breaching a court order.
She will not serve any more jail time as Adams has been housed at the Calgary Remand Centre since her arrest. However, she was also sentenced to three years probation.
Her daughter, Catherine Adams, was sentenced to 90 days in jail earlier this month in Drumheller in an animal abuse case originating near Hanna.