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Medford Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Animal Neglect
Thursday, February 20th, 2014 -- 9:52 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director

-A Medford woman had an initial appearance in Taylor County Court on Tuesday after she left her pets behind when she moved to her new home.

29-year-old Callie Neuman left a dog and two cats behind because she couldn’t bring the animals to her new house.

An officer discovered the animals after a neighbor called the police saying he could hear a dog continuing to bark at the home. Officers said there was feces, urine and garbage all over the house. The animals were taken to a humane society and deemed to be healthy overall.

Neuman has three misdemeanor charges of failure to provide food for an animal filed against her. She did enter a not guilty plea during her appearance Tuesday and she has a $500 signature bond set against her. If she’s convicted she could face two years in prison.

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