A Twin Cities home health care agency says it has taken corrective steps following the death of a man who was in the care of one of its nurses.
The Polk County Sheriff’s office is investigating accusations of animal neglect on a farm owned by a Wisconsin family. Milltown Township officials say they found nearly two dozen horses malnourished, and several were dead when they were called to Otter Creek Ranch last week. Polk County Town Chair Harlen Hegdal says it was a disturbing sight. “I knew it had to be serious because the sheriff’s deputy said ‘We need to have you out here ASAP,” Hegdal said. “There were dead horses, there were horses eating their stalls. There were horses just sitting rocking, back and forth.”
A dead dog and a malnourished canine were discovered – in addition to illegal narcotics, drug paraphernalia and a large sum of cash – during a search warrant the Roseville Police and East Metro SWAT executed at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.
A preliminary hearing will resume for the Madison couple accused of starving and torturing the man’s 15-year-old daughter.
A Wisconsin man who found a severely malnourished 15-year-old girl walking barefoot outside in pajamas says she was bleeding from a gash on her nose and crying.
It was earlier this week when authorities seized the first of 10 allegedly malnourished horses from Lowell Friday’s N.V. Arabian Ranch in Anoka County.
A Minnesota-made canned meat is now going to feed malnourished kids across the world.