By Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline. A year-old who allowed two of her dogs to starve to death despite an RSPCA warning has been banned from keeping pets for ten years. According to RSPCA inspectors, one dog was found dead next to a chewed up Pot Noodle carton while another was rescued by the charity but had to be put to sleep because it was so emaciated. Nicole Jones, 19, from Country Durham, has been banned from keeping pets for ten years after the authorities found severely malnourished and dead animals inside her littered home. One of the pets, named Gypsy, could barely move when she was found by the authorities.
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Two skulls belonging to year-old brothers have been stolen from a grave in a 'sickening' theft which police believe is connected to a feud among travelling families. Crime scene investigators and forensics were called to a cemetery in County Durham when the discovery was made three days ago. The graves of Levi George Price, who died in and Gareth Price, who was found dead four years later, were dug up and their skulls were removed. A shared grave of two year-old brothers is dug up and their skulls are removed. A forensic tent has been put up by police around the headstone in the County Durham cemetery.
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