An animal cruelty case involving a Taylor County dog breeding business has been resolved. Becky Phillips of Campbellsville has entered an Alford plea whereby she does not admit guilt but does admit evidence presented by the prosecution would likely persuade a judge or jury to find her guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. She was sentenced to one year probation. Her husband, Bobby Lee Phillips of Campbellsville, was cleared of all charges in the case. The dog breeding business owned by the two was located adjacent to Phillips Agri on Greensburg Road in Campbellsville. Authorities allege that 82 dogs were left without adequate food, water, shelter and healthcare at the breeding operation. The Phillips’ had originally pled not guilty to all charges during there initial court appearance on March 26th, 2018.