According to Sheriff James J. Bindl: On 6/4/18 the Richland County Sheriff’s Department received a complaint of horses appearing to be in bad health on Shellington Drive. An investigation immediately started. The owner of the animals, Thurley Neumaier of Loganville, was contacted and questioned about the condition of two horses on the Shellington Drive property which authorities identified as in poor health. Neumaier indicated she knew the horses were under weight due to a tooth issue and because she had gotten behind in de-worming the animals. A local veterinarian was contacted by authorities and an opinion of the horses condition was given. As a result of the investigation, Thurley Neumaier was booked into the Richland County Jail and charged in Richland County Circuit Court with failure to provide for confined animals. Authorities checked the remaining horses on the property which appeared to be in good health.
Neumaier was released on bond.
WHO INVOLVED: Thurley Neumaier, 62, of Loganville, WI
ARREST or CHARGES: 951.13 (1) Failure to provide proper food and drink to confined animals