REDDING, Conn. -- A 75-year-old Redding woman pleaded not guilty to two counts of animal cruelty in connection to the alleged neglect of two horses on Tuesday, Nov.4, according to newstimes.com.
The two horses were seized from Lisa Lind-Larsen in July when authorities reportedly found them fly-bitten, emaciated and living in stalls with up to eight inches of manure on the floors, newstimes.com reported.
Larsen attempted to gain admission into a rehabilitation program, but the judge denied her request. If found guilty, she could spend up to two years in prison, newstimes.com said.
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