Cops were called to Mayne Farm, Elgin, on Monday, September 12, where 80 ducks died.
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A woman has been arrested and charged in connection with alleged livestock worrying[/caption]
Officers were then alerted to a second incident a week later, when four sheep were killed.
A woman has been arrested and charged in connection with alleged livestock worrying.
A statement from Police Scotland read: “A woman has been arrested and charged in connection with worrying livestock on a farm after ducks and sheep were killed by two dogs in Elgin.
“On Monday, 12 September, 2022 at Mayne Farm, 80 ducks died. Four sheep were also killed on Monday, 19 September, 2022 at the same location.
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“A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal and the 42-year-old woman is expected to appear at court at a later date.”
Elsewhere, in a separate incident, we told how a father and who son who kept over 50 dogs and puppies in squalid conditions on a puppy farm have been banned from keeping animals for 10 years.
Sick Samuel Ronald Hessin, 49, and Samuel Arthur Hessin, 22, housed Staffordshire bull terriers and Labradors on a puppy farm in Balnamoon, Grange, and was caught after concerns were raised about the animals.
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