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SCRAPS Seizes Animals From Property In North Spokane County

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SCRAPS announced on Friday that during an execution of a search warrant they seized four animals, including this horse, from a property north of Deer Park. SCRAPS announced on Friday that during an execution of a search warrant they seized four animals, including this horse, from a property north of Deer Park.
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. - SCRAPS announced on Friday that during an execution of a search warrant they seized four animals from a property north of Deer Park. 

A press release indicated the warrant was in connection to an animal cruelty investigation. SCRAPS did not say where exactly the home is located, but they did take a horse, two sheep and a pig from the property. All of the animals were taken to a veterinarian for evaluation and treatment. 

The investigation is ongoing, and as soon as we get any additional information, we will update this story. 
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