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A Baton Rouge couple and their five children are safe and are thankful they survived a fire that destroyed their home early Wednesday morning.More >>
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AMITE, LA (WAFB) -
Randy Stegall and his staff
unloaded nine horses and one donkey at the Tangipahoa Humane Society in Hammond
Tuesday night after the animals were seized from a local property in Amite.
horses, a number of which showing signs of malnourishment, were taken after
other dead and abandoned horses were discovered on the property.
"We were able to find three dead
carcasses that were fresh and we will be able use them for charges," said
Stegall, who is President of the Tangipahoa Humane Society.
Charges will most likely be
levied against Kevin James, 34, of Amite. James told officials he
acquired many of the horses three months ago already in rough shape, but
according to Stegall, there was no denying the numerous examples of cruelty and
"We had approximately seven or
eight skeletons on the property so you're looking at over a period of time that
seven, eight or nine horses that have died on that property," said Stegall.
According to the Tangipahoa
Parish Sheriff's Office, the investigation continues but a spokesman says James
faces a number of aggravated cruelty charges. As to what those charges will be,
Stegall says his staff will just wait and see.
"We'll just let the district
attorney's office and the judges make the decisions on what the final outcome
is on it," added Stegall.