Two Indiana Horses Shot on Nov. 28, 2012

Two Indiana Horses Shot on Nov. 28, 2012

29 November 2012 News Alert: Two horses shot in Indiana ... on Nov. 28, 2012, two horses were shot on private property in Anderson, Indiana. Sadly, one horse is deceased and the other in critical condition. Authorities are asking people to come forward with any information. To help with the cost of vet bills, on Sunday, December 2, 2012, there will be Horses and Motorcycle Charity Ride. Please contact Dee Roudebush at (765) 623-7786 or through her Facebook account for more info or questions. News article: ... Dee's Facebook:


The Herald Bulletin

November 28, 2012

Police investigate shooting of two horses

ANDERSON, Ind. — Animal control officers are investigating the shooting of two horses at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday in the 1500 block of West 60th Street, said Anderson Police Department spokesman Joel Sandefur.

One horse is dead and the other was in critical condition, Sandefur said.

Both horses were taken from owner Jack Stone’s home to the Purdue University animal sciences division, where an autopsy will be done on the dead horse. Detectives found .40-caliber shotgun shells at the scene.


Horses and Motorcycles Charity Ride to help with vet bills of the 2 horses shot in Anderson Indiana.

Date of ride is Sunday 12/2/12

Registration is at 10:30am

Moonsville Conservation Club
3447 E 600 N
Anderson, IN 46012
Madison County

$10 to ride
$2 for chili
$1 for drinks

Contact Dee Roudebush at (765) 623-7786 for more info or questions.


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