Woman Pleads Guilty to Animal Cruelty
A Riga woman who was facing five counts of animal cruelty has pleaded guilty.
Camille Sisk was arrested after authorities seized 11 horses and a dog from her property. Those animals, found to be emaciated and confined to unsanitary conditions, were taken to Lollypop Farm, where they received medical attention.
Investigators also found one dead horse on the property.
Sisk was ordered to release custody of the surviving horses and must also perform 100 hours of community service. She is also prohibited from keeping livestock animals for one year.
Sisk told YNN in May that she took the animals in to try to help them.