COBLESKILL — A Cobleskill man is facing charges related to two dead horses and other animals found without proper food on his property, state police said.
Seth B. Casey, 37, is charged with two counts of failing to properly dispose of a dead animal and one count of failure to provide sustenance.
Police charged Casey after finding the dead horses along with live animals that did not have food or water readily available for a period of days. A police report did not identify the location of the discovery or when the animals were discovered. Police charged Casey Saturday.
Casey is to appear in Cobleskill Town Court next month.
The arrest came as a result of a joint investigation by the state police road patrol and Bureau of Criminal Investigation. The Schoharie County District Attorney’s Office is assisting in the investigation.