A Quesnel woman, convicted of animal cruelty in B.C. and awaiting trial in Alberta, is due back in court on October 2nd to answer to a new charge.
Karin Adams is accused of breaching her bail conditions.
She was already facing charges of harbouring dogs, mischief and impersonating a police officer.
That trial is tentatively slated for November 7th.
Adams was arrested by Innisfail RCMP after police say they seized 8 dogs from her hotel room.
She was released on several conditions, including a prohibition from owning or residing in the same premises of any animal.
Adams and her daughter Catherine were convicted of animal cruelty in Smithers back in 2015, and part of their sentence was a 20-year ban on owning animals.
Catherine is also facing charges for a breach in Quesnel.
She too appeared in court this week and her next appearance is scheduled for October 9th.