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BREAKING NEWS: Animal cruelty trial begins

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: April 22, 2014

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THE trial of a Burton woman accused of 31 counts of alledgedly causing unnecessary suffering to animals has begun.

The five-day trial of Lindsay Newell, who runs Burton Wildlife and Animal Rescue centre in Etwall, is being heard at Stafford Magistrates' court.

In a case brought by the RSPCA, the court today heard of the large number of animals were found to be malnourished when the police and RSPCA executed a warrant at the premises in November 2012.

Newell stands accused of causing unnecessary suffering to animals including turkeys, cockerels, lamb, sheep, a Canada Goose, horses and piglets, with most of the charges relating to the animals being thin and having no food or water.

 

The trial continues.

 

Read the full story in the Mail tomorrow.

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