Beth Hoskins

Judge orders receivership for 29 Hoskins horses

Dec 29, 2015
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A local horse owner convicted two years ago of more than 50 animal cruelty counts has all of her horses back on her Town of Aurora property. But a judge has ruled that a receiver will soon be identified and selected to care for 29 of them, if a buyer does not emerge.


Hoskins says 29 horses are sold, as ordered

Dec 22, 2015
Michael Mroziak, WBFO

The Western New York woman who has been in a legal saga since her conviction on dozens of counts of animal cruelty was back in State Supreme Court on Tuesday. While Beth Lynne Hoskins says she has sold 29 horses, as ordered, local SPCA officials are concerned about the deal.

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A judge on Tuesday sentenced horse owner Beth Hoskins to 90 days in jail for violating her probation. She was convicted last year of 52 counts of animal cruelty for the deplorable conditions at her Town of Aurora horse farm. 

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An East Aurora woman convicted last summer of animal cruelty will be getting some of her horses back. A state Supreme Court Court Justice in Buffalo has issued a settlement in the 52-count conviction against Beth Hoskins. 

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Beth Hoskins was sentenced in Aurora Town Court Thursday afternoon to three years probation, after being convicted on dozens of counts of animal cruelty for mistreating dozens of horses she owned

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Horse owner Beth Hoskins faces up to two years in jail when sentenced Thursday on dozens of animal cruelty convictions.  

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The woman accused of mistreating horses on her East Aurora farm has been found guilty on 52 counts.