A Pepin County man pleads guilty to mistreatment of animals after more than eighty dogs were rescued last year.
Those dogs were found at Bradley Richardson’s property last June with reports saying kennels were terribly dirty and lacking food and water. Skulls were also reportedly found at the site. Richardson pleaded guilty this week to charges of mistreating animals and acting as an unlicensed breeder. He will be responsible for paying fines in addition to court costs of more than a thousand dollars.