A man on Long Island is under arrest for leaving more than 20 dogs outside in freezing temperatures. Police said 51-year-old Jose Borgos was arrested after a Suffolk County police officer found 21 Rottweilers in his backyard in Rocky Point. She discovered the dogs around 10 p.m. Thursday after she heard several of them barking. At least 9 of the dogs were found inside travel crates in a shed. The dogs are now with the Town of Brookhaven Animal Control, which will determine their placement. Borgos, who indicated he is a breeder, faces 21 animal abuse charges. New York State law prohibits dogs from being tethered when the temperature is below 32 degrees.