Thursday, August 29, 2013

Horse Cruelty
A jury in Washington County has found three people guilty on multiple horse cruelty charges. 47-year-old Arbutus Smith Hilliard, 60-year-old David Hilliard, 25-year-old, and Kimberly Lebron all received sentences of 11 months 29 days probation and must pay a 25-dollar fine and court costs. The three were granted judicial diversion, which means if they serve the one-year of probation successfully the charges can be erased from their records. The Judge also forbid them to own any horses for the term of one year. (CC)

Monday, September 29, 2014

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