Animals In Desperate Need Taken

Animal welfare officials seize horses, calves, dogs and a goat from a LaGrange County property with a history of animal abuse concerns. Deputies and the State Board of Animal Health served a search warrant at the property of Larry Myers, Sr. Several animals were found to be in need of medical care, and officials found animal carcasses that had been improperly disposed of. Myers was cited for an ordinance violation for possessing too many animals without a kennel license and more. No arrests were made.

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