(08/22/12) - There are new details about some of the policy changes at the Saginaw County Animal Control Center.
This comes nearly a week after Val McCullough resigned as the shelter's director, following complaints her rules were too strict and border line animal abuse.
According to Saginaw County Commissioner Ann Doyle, the changes made by the County Board of Commissioners include: Dogs and cats at the shelter will receive medical care from veterinarian Tina Roggenbeck, she'll also supervise cleaning the facility and a new isolation room will be set up for sick animals.
Doyle also says a criminal investigation at the shelter by the sheriff's department has been turned over to the prosecutor for possible charges. It's not clear who they're investigating.
A second investigation was closed because of insufficient evidence.
The county posted the position for a new director Wednesday.
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