A California woman found with more than 100 dogs in the back of a U-Haul in West Tennessee pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges.
Bonnie Sheehan pleaded guilty Thursday to 14 of 30 misdemeanor animal cruelty charges. Authorities arrested Sheehan and another woman in January in Fayette County.
Officials say a U-Haul truck and minivan were packed with stacks of crates with animals inside. One dog died and 14 others were dehydrated or suffering from skin disease and lesions.
The women were driving from Long Beach, California to Roanoke, Virginia.
Charges against the other woman were dismissed.
Sheehan was not immediately sentenced.