A number of dead animal carcasses were found on a farm near Cincinnati. There were four dead horse and cow carcasses, all decomposing and decaying. The animal bodies were strewn around the property, remaining where each animal died.
In addition, there were still live animals – including malnourished horses, sheep and goats - that were removed by animal control officers.
Neighbors confirmed to reporters that they have seen some of the neglect and abuse and this was not the first time that the owner found himself being investigated for animal abuse.
Clinton county sheriff Ralph Fizer Jr. says,
We've been down there at least officially three times since March. On the cruelty to dead animals, dead animal charges have been filed. He's on probation, the judge has now revoked his probation.
As a result, a warrant for Ken Huffaker has been issued.
This is a disturbing case of animal abuse. According to the judge, when Huffaker is arrested on the warrant, he will be held without bond.
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