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The lead lawyer in Morgan County says he is looking to press charges against the owner of a pet crematory after investigators found a mass grave with dozens of dead cats and dogs.

But he's still waiting on investigation results.

Early last month, investigators uncovered a grave with the remains of dozens of animals that were supposed to be cremated.

We learned Cameo Farr, the owner of Elliott Pet Services, was under investigation for improper disposal of family pets. Since the discovery, the case has not moved far.

District Attorney General Russel Johnson sent a five-page letter to state lawmakers. He outlined the case against Farr and said he is waiting for the investigation results from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.

He hopes authorities will have a sound case to send to the grand jury to seek charges against Farr.

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