Medford Woman Sentenced for Abandoning Pets When She Moved
Monday, June 9th, 2014 -- 12:50 PM-A Medford woman charged with leaving a dog and two cats behind when she moved out of her home has been sentenced.
Earlier this year, authorities went to 29-year-old Callie Neuman's former house after a neighbor called police because a dog was barking and no one lived there. Police say the floor was covered with feces, urine and garbage.
The animals were taken to the Humane Society. A veterinarian said the Great Dane was a little underweight, but overall healthy. Both cats were OK.
Neuman entered a no contest plea to one of the three failure to provide food for an animal charges filed against her due to a plea agreement. The judge found her guilty and sentenced her to 1 year probation plus the cost associated with abandoning the animals. Also, she is not allowed to own any pets.
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