Charges Filed in Breeding Farm Cruelty Case

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The woman in charge of the Troupsburg, N.Y., breeding farm from which a herd of allegedly malnourished horses were seized last month has been charged with multiple counts of animal cruelty.

Geraldine Trupia was charged with five counts of Class A misdemeanor animal cruelty on Sept. 18 for allegedly neglecting horses in her care at Norcrest Farm, according to Vicki Mosgrove, director of

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