An Omaha woman is accused of letting her dog starve and freeze to death in its backyard kennel.
The Nebraska Humane Society says 32-year-old Yolonda Glover was charged with felony cruelty to an animal.
After a tip, society investigators and Omaha police officers went to the home and found the body of a German shepherd frozen to the floor of its plastic kennel.
The society says a necropsy showed the dog died of starvation and hypothermia -- its body temperature fell to low.
The society says the dog, named Tramp, had been chained in the backyard upward of two weeks with no food, water and insufficient shelter.
Armed with an arrest warrant, officers arrested Glover on Friday morning.
Court records don't list her attorney.