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More Sick Horses Discovered at Easton Farm

Ray Connors, supervisor of the state animal control division of the Department of Agriculture, reportedly told the CT Post that it is one of the largest cases of animal cruelty the state has ever seen.

State officials have reportedly discovered three more sick horses at on Silver Hill Road in .

According to a report in CT Post, the discovery comes just as the owner of the farm, Appollonio "Paul" Vittorio, 76, was about to enter a special probation program as part of his sentence on animal cruelty charges resulting from his arrest in January, after state officials found

According to the report Vittorio withdrew his request for accelerated rehabilitation after the discovery of the three additional sick horses. He was ordered by Judge Frank Iannotti to get care for the animals.

Ray Connors, supervisor of the state animal control division of the Department of Agriculture, reportedly told the CT Post that it is one of the .

For more check out the CT Post report.

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