Plea Deal Accepted in New York Breeding Farm Case

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Geraldine Trupia, the operator of a New York breeding farm where authorities seized a herd of malnourished horses in August, plead guilty to two counts of Class A misdemeanor animal cruelty under a plea agreement unveiled during her appearance in Troupsburg Town Court on Oct. 1, according to Vicki Mosgrove, director of the Finger Lakes Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

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