Public Assistance Needed in Locating Two Colorado Women Suspected of Animal Cruelty

Nov 9th, 2012

Otis, Colo. — The Colorado Humane Society and Town of Otis, Colo. (Washington County) are asking for assistance in locating two individuals suspected of animal cruelty and neglect. Molly Louise Mayfield, 65, and Tresa Molly Mayfield, 19, are suspected in violation of Colorado Revised Statutes 18-9-202(1)(b) Cruelty to Animals-Abandonment. Both women are white. Molly Mayfield is approximately 5’3”, 170 lbs with brown hair and eyes and Tresa Mayfield is approximately 6’3”, 185 lbs with brown hair and eyes.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of these individuals, please contact Crime Stoppers, 720-913-STOP (7867) or the Colorado Humane Society, 720-241-7111.

Anonymous tips can be reported via phone and text messaging to Crime Stoppers.

PHONE: (720) 913-7867 (STOP)

TEXT: 274637 (CRIMES)

More Information:

The Colorado Humane Society assisted Town of Otis Peace Officer Jeff Bair in removing numerous animals, including dogs (terrier mixes), cats, birds and a chinchilla from an Otis residence. The animals found and removed were living in unsanitary conditions and had been left uncared for, while the owner was out of the country. Colorado Humane investigators transported 23 animals to the Dumb Friends League in Denver, Colo. for medical assessment and custody hold.

Peace Officer Bair posted an animal bonding notice at the residence shortly after the seizure.  As of the date of this release, the owners were eluding law enforcement.


Media Contact: 

Amie Cavarra

(720) 241-7111 Office

(303) 358-5452 Mobile