Horse Owner Arrested For Animal Cruelty
Published: April 20th, 2007
By: Tyler Murphy

LINCKLAEN – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a man from the Town of Lincklaen on several counts of cruelty to animals. Barry Crandall, 52, Lincklaen, has been charged with cruelty to animals for allegedly owning 11 horses that were malnourished and in need of food, water and shelter.

Wednesday afternoon, sheriff’s deputies executed a search warrant at Crandall’s residence, 772 Freeman-Wothe Road, and discovered the animals. The Sheriff’s Office was assisted in the seizure and removal of the 11 horses by members of the Equine Rescue Resource Incorporated, New York state Horse Council and the Chenango County Horseman’s Association, said Sergeant Richard Cobb.

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