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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Charges Withdrawn In Animal Cruelty Case

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An incident of cruelty to animals was investigated by Pennsylvania State Police on October 3 at 2:00 PM.

Linda Jane Smith, 65, of 515 W. Main Street, Austin, PA,was cited by Trooper Mark A. VanVolkenburg for Cruelty To Animals. It was brought to the attention of State Police that Smith failed to provide her bull with proper veterinary attention for a period of more than a week after it had broken a leg.

UPDATE: On November 28, 2012, CHARGES WERE WITHDRAWN IN District Court 55-4-01.

10 comments :

Anonymous said...

too small to see, WHYYYYYYYYYYY WERE THEY WITHDRAWN

Anonymous said...

Click on the picture!

Anonymous said...

so why didn't she just shoot an eat it? then they couldn't of fined her

Anonymous said...

Enlarged photo, and it still does not state why charges were dismissed. Would be very interested in why.

Anonymous said...

what photo

Anonymous said...

She is getting away with this poor animal being in dier pain for several days?? Totally flawed Justice System on this case. Disgussting !!!!!!!!!!! We can only hope she somehow gets a pay back!

Anonymous said...

I am expressing kudios and dildines to the state police for reporting about charges being withdrawn and the Sollomons Words for printing it. Too many times we get police reports of this and that and then we never learn the rest of the story.

Anonymous said...

Maybe...just maybe...the allegations were false. Or there was more to the story than what has been told. Sounds to me like the police did what they are paid to do, then they let the justice system do what it is suppose to do. Just because she was "cited" for a crime, doesn't make her guilty. Since when do "we" get to make that decision ?

Anonymous said...

This animal was a family pet, and the animan was seen by a vet soon after it happend and was being treated. The animal was not thriving and actully ended up having to be put down, but she wanted to give it a chance as they had the animal for a long time. People need to quit judging, everyone is too worried about everyone else instead of themselves!!

Anonymous said...

Post 1:30, she is most definently GUILTY !!!!!!!!!! No mistake was made, except that charges were apparently dropped. Justice for the poor animal, my butt!!!!