June hearing set in Hubbard County dead horses case
PARK RAPIDS, Minn. - A June 9 hearing has been set in the case of a Hubbard County woman charged with leaving two horses to die over the winter.
Minden Crenshaw, 28, is charged with tying the horses to a tree in a wooded area east of Park Rapids in April and leaving them to die of starvation. It is called one of the most egregious cases of animal abuse in the county.
Crenshaw is free on bail and is forbidden to contact any potential witnesses in the case.
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