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Charge laid after video surfaces showing a horse being dragged; GoFundMe page started

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Solstice Pecile of Cavan-Monaghan Township has been charged with causing distress to an animal. Northumberland OPP sent out a release saying they were investigating a possible cruelty to animal incident. The horse's owner Emily Reardon has started a GoFundMe page, hoping to raise $6,000, to cover the cost of buying her back.
Published 2 months ago · Peterborough, Canada

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Charge laid after video surfaces showing a horse being dragged; GoFundMe page started

socastcmsRssStartFreq 90.5/Oldies 96.7 News staffsocastcmsRssEnd A very disturbing online video has led to charges for a 23-year-old horse trainer from the Bailieboro-area.The Peterborough This Week reports Ministry of the Solicitor General spokesperson Brent Ross confirmed Solstice Pecile of Cavan-Monaghan Township has been charged with causing distress to an animal, under the Animal Welfare Services Act.In the video posted, the horse is tied t…

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Charge laid after video surfaces showing a horse being dragged; GoFundMe page started

A very disturbing online video has led to charges for a 23-year-old horse trainer from the Bailieboro-area.The Peterborough This Week reports Ministry of the Solicitor General spokesperson Brent Ross confirmed Solstice Pecile of Cavan-Monaghan Township has been charged with causing distress to an animal, under the Animal Welfare Services Act.In the video posted, the horse is tied to the back of a vehicle with rope. The animal had been staying at…

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