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Friday, Oct 26, 2007County: Bollinger
Alleged: Larry Hottel
A southeast Missouri man faces charges of animal abuse and animal neglect after a horse died and two other animals were found on his property in poor condition.
Larry Hottel of Glenallen could face up to a year in jail if convicted.
An autopsy showed the horse starved. It had dirt and rocks in its bowels.
An investigation began when a witness told authorities she drove past a horse, a pony and a llama that appeared to be neglected in a fenced-in area. Hottel was ordered to have the animals checked by a veterinarian.
But the horse died Friday. Authorities say hay, water and feed were not provided to the animals.
- Kansas City Star - Oct 31, 2007
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