A person charged in connection to the invention of practically 60 useless animals at a house on West Ky. 80 final December has pleaded not responsible to all prices.
Casey E. Allan, 33, of Nancy, was arraigned Wednesday in Pulaski District Courtroom on 44 counts of second-degree Cruelty to Animals and one depend of Propagation and Holding of Wildlife And not using a Allow.
The fees stem from a December 19 investigation performed by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Workplace and the Kentucky Division of Fish and Wildlife primarily based on a grievance and the next execution of a search warrant.
In response to his arrest warrant, Allan had been evicted from the residence and was alleged to have vacated by December 19. When the homeowners arrived, they found that Allan nonetheless had belongings in addition to animals within the house however was in Knoxville and never anticipated to return till December 23. The warrant accuses Allan of leaving the reptiles with “alone with nobody to correctly take care of them” for 4 days.
Along with the useless reptiles, in response to the warrant, 27 reside animals had been rescued from the house though some later succumbed from their circumstances.
Allan wasn’t formally served with the warrant till February 4 at which period he was launched from the Pulaski County Detention Middle on a $3,000 bond.
Assistant Pulaski County Lawyer Kenton Lanham reported that Allan has been appointed a public defender and was given an April 20 pretrial convention date after pleading not responsible.