State Police Investigate Animal Cruelty Case In Indiana Co.

GRANT TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — State Police are investigating a bizarre case of animal cruelty in Indiana County.

The owner of several horses at a property on Kinnan Road in Grant Township says one horse was killed and a second was injured.

Both were found with mysterious puncture wounds to the neck and chest.

Police say they don’t know what type of weapon was used and they don’t know why this particular owner was targeted.

Kinnan Road is close to State Gamelands, but when asked if this could be a hunting accident, State Police say it’s unlikely.

If you have any information in this case, you’re asked to call PSP Indiana at 724-357-1960.

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  1. Chris Haney says:

    Animal Cruelty sentences need to be stiffer. Anyone who does these types of things, needs to be thrown in jail for 6 months or longer.

  2. Ronald McDonald says:

    We eat cows

  3. Jack Singer says:

    I think that it was a BUCK with a sharp rack that took the horses as a threat.

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