by BRIAN McCREADY and BRIDGET ALBERT
Cross-posted from New Haven Register
BETHANY, Conn. — A 23-year-old Cheshire Road woman was arrested on an animal cruelty charge after animal control and state police discovered a paint horse in July living in “outrageous” conditions, a state police officer said Wednesday.
Shannon Trowbridge, of 77 Cheshire Road, surrendered to state police at Troop I this week on one count of animal cruelty.
Bethany Resident State Trooper David Merriam said Trowbridge is accused of neglecting the horse, which was removed from the residence July 26.
The horse, Cheyenne, was found boarded up in a stall and was “knee deep in a couple of feet of manure,” he said.
Her stall, which was nailed shut, had to be dismantled to free her.
In the process of leaving the stall, her legs were wobbly and she fell a number of times trying to walk.
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