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Killings and Barn Burning


killings and Barn Burning

Saturday at an upstate barn. They were crying like babies. From a worker screaming, The barn, the barn, the barn! Maynes was arrested around 8:30.m.

Killings and Barn Burning
killings and Barn Burning

A 37-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an arson shaping a Nation where a burning barn killed six horses and a dog. Two dozen race horses were killed when a fire burned through a barn at a horse training center in upstate New York early Saturday morning, officials say. The center features 230 stalls and a half-mile track. On the grounds of the 63-acre Mount Hope Training Center in Orange County, according to a stable worker. They are all dead. Saur said he could see and hear the horses agony. Investigators said lightning may have struck the barn. The whole barn caught fire. Blake Kaldrimoglu tells wsvn that some 200 turtle hatchlings died in the Tuesday afternoon blaze that also killed fish and rare tortoises.

Don Billings trained 21 of the horses, which raced everywhere from Yonkers to the Poconos to Saratoga. The owner of a South Florida ranch says some 300 exotic animals have died in a fire. "They were part of my life said Billings. He also faces three counts of being a habitual criminal, which is a sentence enhancer prosecutors can use to argue for more time in prison.


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