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Nearly three dozen animals seized from Jones County property

Nearly three dozen animals were seized from property on Morning Dew Road in Jones County Wednesday. Photo credit WDAM. Nearly three dozen animals were seized from property on Morning Dew Road in Jones County Wednesday. Photo credit WDAM.
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

Jones County Sheriff's Department deputies and a local animal rescue group seized nearly three dozen animals from a home south of Laurel Wednesday. 

Acting on a judge's order, they removed 33 goats and one horse from property on Morning Dew Road.

The property belongs to Randall Craft.

Deputies assisted the Animal Rescue Team.

That group claims the animals were suffering from neglect and have many health problems.

Officials said they have not made contact with Craft and they have not charged him in connection with the seizure. 

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