- Associated Press - Friday, November 13, 2015

ORANGE, Va. (AP) - The owner of an animal rescue organization who is facing animal cruelty charges in connection with the neglect and mistreatment of dozens of animals will be allowed out of jail.

WVIR-TV (https://goo.gl/S6ZrhL ) reports that the Orange County judge in the case said he will grant a $75,000 bond for 57-year-old Anne Goland.

Goland, the owner of Peaceable Farms in Somerset, has been charged with 27 counts of animal cruelty.

Officials said seven horses were found dead during a search of the farm last month, with five others having to be euthanized. The farm surrendered more than 70 horses and 35 cats and dogs.

The judge also said that Goland is not allowed to visit Peaceable Farm, nor possess animals.


Information from: WVIR-TV, https://www.nbc29.com/

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