Charges laid in the case of two deceased horses

Charges laid in the case of two deceased horses

Monc­ton, New Brunswick

The New Brunswick SPCA has charged a 30-year-old man from Monc­ton with two counts under the Crim­i­nal Code of Canada. 

The charges stem from an NBSP­CA inves­ti­ga­tion in Novem­ber, 2023 involv­ing two deceased hors­es and four oth­er hors­es found alive but in poor con­di­tion in the Notre Dame area. 

The mat­ter has been sched­uled for the provin­cial court on Feb­ru­ary 20th, 2024 in Monc­ton, New Brunswick.

No fur­ther details are avail­able at this time. 

If you sus­pect or wit­ness ani­mal cru­el­ty or neglect, please call the New Brunswick SPCA 247 hot­line at 18777221522. Thank you for doing your part to pro­tect and give these defense­less ani­mals a voice.

Media Con­tact:

Mir Hyder

Mar­ket­ing and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Manager

New Brunswick SPCA


Avail­able for Interview:

Tony Porter

Chief Ani­mal Pro­tec­tion Officer

New Brunswick SPCA

About the New Brunswick SPCA.

Found­ed in 1881, New Brunswick SPCA (NBSC­PA) is the only province-wide orga­ni­za­tion man­dat­ed to enforce ani­mal pro­tec­tion laws. A ded­i­cat­ed team of 15 Ani­mal Pro­tec­tion Offi­cers is vest­ed with the author­i­ty under the SPCA Act of New Brunswick to inves­ti­gate and, if nec­es­sary, lay charges, seize ani­mals, or rec­om­mend court orders to per­sons sus­pect­ed of abuse and cru­el­ty to animals. 

The NBSP­CA is a reg­is­tered char­i­ty that exists to pro­vide province-wide lead­er­ship in the humane treat­ment of ani­mals. We enforce rel­e­vant leg­is­la­tion, ensure shel­ter for neglect­ed or abused domes­ti­cat­ed ani­mals and agri­cul­tur­al ani­mals, and pro­vide pub­lic edu­ca­tion and advo­ca­cy to empow­er New Brunswick­ers to help ani­mals live long and healthy lives. 

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