New Lebanon, New York
Body/Soul | Environment | Hard news
3 February 2019 11:50AM
Amanda Purcell


NEW LEBANON — A dog froze to death after a Stephentown man allegedly left the animal in extreme cold temperatures and without food or water, officials said.

Andrew Tuthill, 33, was charged Tuesday with aggravated animal cruelty, a class E felony; abandonment of a disabled animal, a class A misdemeanor; and third-degree bail jumping, a class A misdemeanor, according to court documents. He was also ticketed for failure to provide shelter for dogs, a violation under the state Agriculture and Markets Law.

Tuthill’s dog, Scrappy, was found frozen to death in a metal crate with no food, water or heat in the backyard of a New Lebanon home, according to court documents.


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