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Owner Charged with Animal Neglect after Abandoning Horses

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A Minnesota woman has been charged with animal neglect after admitting to leaving her two horses tied to a tree and not feeding them.  The horses were found dead in the woods near Dorset, Minnesota, which is northeast of Park Rapids in Hubbard County.
 
Deputies say the horses were abandoned and died of starvation. Minden Crenshaw, 28, of Park Rapids was charged on Monday with felony animal neglect. She admitted to tying the horses to a tree on a neighbor's property when her mother said she couldn't have them at home.

The investigation revealed there was no shelter for the horses for the past three months and that the horses had not been given food or water since approximately the beginning of April.

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