Richard Orlowske was first arrested in February when around 70 dogs were taken from his Rhea County cabin.
Though he said he was trying to rescue those dogs, he pled no contest to guilty charges in April.
Orlowske also received a court order saying he must refrain from having any animals at his rescue, except personal pets.
That's how his wife Veronica says his legal troubles found him again on October 25th.
"The lady that we rented the cabin to where the cabin used to be...had animals and she was also doing some fostering. But the court order says personal pets. So we figured that was alright for her to have personal pets. So that's why he got arrested the first time," said Veronica.
He was taken in again this past Wednesday.
Officer Jeff Knight told us they found six dogs and some cats at Orlowske's house.
Veronica says all those animals have been theirs for a long time.
"We have Willow who's 7. We have Grizz and Ice who are almost 8. We have Lizzy about 4. And we have Beauty and Beast which are 5," said Veronica.
Margaret Dupree is one of Orlowske's many supporters, she even got her dog Miley from his rescue before it was shut down.
She says he's far from cruel to animals.
"He does everything he could when he was at the shelter to make sure these forgotten fur babies were adopted out and he took care of the animals," Dupree said.
Veronica and Dupree believe Sheriff Mike Neal has a personal vendetta against Orlowske, and getting a lawyer to help them has been very difficult.
"A lot of lawyers say that because it's Rhea County they won't touch it. They say it's too corrupt. In fact one lawyer told my daughter they were probably the most corrupt county in the south," Veronica said.
We've been unable to get in touch with Sheriff Neal for comment.
Since his arrest Wednesday, Orlowske's bond has been revoked, and he'll have to stay in jail until at least next week for his arraignment.
If the judge does not issue a bond for him, he'll have to remain there until his court date in January.