Two charged after dogs starve to death in Syracuse home

      House where two dogs were left to starve to death in Syracuse.

      Authorities in Syracuse
      have charged two people with animal cruelty after police say they moved out of their home and left their two dogs behind to starve to death.

      Police tell local media that 23-year-old Corey Meyers and 27-year-old Nicole Porpiglia each were charged with two counts of animal cruelty for failing to provide proper sustenance.

      Officers say the pair moved out of a house in Syracuse
      about a month ago and left the dogs without food or water. Someone concerned about the dogs' welfare contacted police, who discovered the dogs dead from starvation.

      Meyers and Porpiglia were arraigned in Syracuse

      City Criminal Court. Meyers was ordered held in the Onondaga County Jail on $5,000 bail.

      It couldn't immediately be determined if either person has a lawyer.