Oak Creek Canyon horse cruelty case continued to Oct. 27 | SteamboatToday.com

Oak Creek Canyon horse cruelty case continued to Oct. 27





Oak Creek resident Sandy Wisecup, right, talks with a friend Judy Nason while waiting to make a court appearance Tuesday morning at the Routt County Justice Center. Wisecup is charged with 80 counts of animal cruelty.
John F. Russell




Oak Creek resident Sandy Wisecup, front right, walks into the Routt County Justice Center on Tuesday morning for her arraignment with friend Judy Nason. Wisecup has been charged with 80 counts of animal cruelty.
John F. Russell

Steamboat Springs — Oak Creek Canyon resident Sandy Wisecup had her case continued until Oct. 27 during a brief hearing Tuesday morning. Wisecup faces 80 charges of neglecting horses under her care near mile marker 54 on Colorado Highway 131. She was advised of the charges. Cynthia Hatlee-Morgan, who also is charged with neglecting horses at that location, had her case continued, as well. Deputy District Attorney Patrick Welsh said now that the women are advised of the charges, he can begin working on a plea agreement before the next hearing. — Oak Creek Canyon resident Sandy Wisecup had her case continued until Oct. 27 during a brief hearing Tuesday morning. Wisecup faces 80 charges of neglecting horses under her care near mile marker 54 on Colorado Highway 131. She was advised of the charges. Cynthia Hatlee-Morgan, who also is charged with neglecting horses at that location, had her case continued, as well. Deputy District Attorney Patrick Welsh said now that the women are advised of the charges, he can begin working on a plea agreement before the next hearing. — Oak Creek Canyon resident Sandy Wisecup had her case continued until Oct. 27 during a brief hearing Tuesday morning. Wisecup faces 80 charges of neglecting horses under her care near mile marker 54 on Colorado Highway 131. She was advised of the charges. Cynthia Hatlee-Morgan, who also is charged with neglecting horses at that location, had her case continued, as well. Deputy District Attorney Patrick Welsh said now that the women are advised of the charges, he can begin working on a plea agreement before the next hearing.

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