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ADVOCATE: SHELTER KILLINGS NEEDLESS
December 16, 2015
A former Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals investigator claims the killings should be considered animal cruelty, punishable by thousands in fines and jail time.
"They knew what they were doing and defied the law," former Monmouth County SPCA chief-turned private animal rights advocate Stuart Goldman said, calling the hundreds of killings "needless."
"They had no right to kill them. They had a need to keep them alive."
250 ANIMALS HAD NO WATER IN FREEZING TEMPS
February 26, 2015
A former chief at the Monmouth County SPCA filed a lawsuit Wednesday to force a farm owner to provide immediate water, food and shelter to more than 250 animals on a Millstone farm that has a history of animal cruelty violations.
The lawsuit and a motion, filed on behalf of Stuart Goldman, seeks to have farm owner Christopher Vaccaro and his girlfriend Tina Perna provide food and 500 gallons of drinking water and take measures to ensure the water remains unfrozen, according to court documents.
MILLSTONE ANIMAL ABUSE SUIT SETTLED
July 04, 2015
A Millstone farm owner and his girlfriend have entered into a consent decree to pay an animal activist $10,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging animal cruelty. The two were permanently barred from having goats and sheep on their Millstone property, where hundreds of animals were found freezing and improperly carried for over the past two years.
CAT KILLER - TORTURED AND KILLED 19 CATS
July 31, 2016
Anthony Appolonia is led into court at the Monmouth County Courthouse in Freehold on Dec. 4, 2008, the day he was sentenced to five years in prison for torturing and killing 19 cats. Now living in Delaware, he is allegedly adopting cats again. Appolonia denies it.