Two Amish men found guilty in animal droppings case
August 3, 2017
RUSSELLVILLE, KY – Two men who are part of the Amish community living in Auburn were found guilty of violating that city’s ordinance requiring large animals to be fitted with bags to collect their droppings.
Wilbur Mast, 20, and Rudy P. Miller, 31, were convicted by separate six-person juries in Logan District Court on six counts of violating the local ordinance.
Mast was acquitted of one other count. Both men will be required to pay $300 in fines – $50 for each violation.
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