The embezzlement case against an Orange County woman, who is also accused of animal abuse, is now full speed ahead to trial.
The embezzlement case against Anne Goland, also accused of neglecting dozens of animals, is getting back on track. She appeared in court Monday to show she has a new attorney.
The embezzlement case against Anne Goland, the owner of Peaceable Farm, has hit another delay.
Rescuers and volunteers who took in animals from Peaceable Farm gathered Wednesday to remember the ones that didn't survive, and to seek changes to animal cruelty investigations.
Six horses rescued from Peaceable Farms in 2015 have now been seized by authorities in King William County due to a report of poor conditions at New Beginnings Horse Rescue.
Anne Goland, the woman at the center of an animal cruelty investigation, pleaded not guilty to embezzlement charges related to her Peaceable Farm nonprofit.
A judge has granted bond to Anne Goland, the Orange County woman at the center of an animal cruelty and embezzlement investigation.
Anne Goland, the Orange County woman at the center of an animal cruelty investigation, will be staying in jail for now.
Prosecutors believe the Orange County woman charged with animal cruelty also embezzled money from the farm where deputies seized dozens of animals last fall.
Anne Goland, the woman at the center of an Orange County animal cruelty investigation is now charged with 13 felony counts of embezzlement.
In the aftermath of the Peaceable Farm animal cruelty case in Somerset, the Orange County sheriff’s office is changing the way some reports are handled.
An Orange County judge set the trial date for Feb. 19, 2016, for 57-year-old Anne Goland. She faces 27 animal cruelty charges following the October 19 raid on Peaceable Farm.
A month after Orange County investigators raided a farm suspected of animal cruelty, rescue organizations say they're doing their best to save the horses
Orange County prosecutors are made their case for seizing horses from Peaceable Farm. Anne Goland is facing 27 animal cruelty charges.
Anne Goland, the woman charged with 27 counts of animal cruelty in Orange County is out of jail. She posted the necessary bond by Friday evening.
People upset about an animal cruelty case in Orange County have started online petitions. One petition calls on Sen. Reeves to have authorities seize the remaining animals at Peaceable Farm.
Anne Goland’s case is continued until November 18, at which point a date for her criminal trial will be set. Goland is facing 27 charges of animal cruelty
A judge denied bond for Anne Goland, the woman at the center of an animal cruelty case in Orange County. Goland is charged with 27 counts of animal cruelty.
Peaceable Farm owner Anne Goland is charged with 27 counts of animal cruelty. The Orange County commonwealth's attorney says Goland may face more charges as evidence is reviewed.
Investigators have executed search warrants related to animals taken from an Orange County farm. Officials say storage units in Albemarle County owned by Ann Goland were searched Thursday.
The sheriff's office says the property owner surrendered 71 horses, but another 10 had to be seized. Five horses were euthanized and seven were found dead.
On Wednesday, two investigations continue in a massive animal welfare case in Orange County.
Teams of deputies and veterinarians returned to Peaceable Farm on Tuesday. Investigators have discovered emaciated and dead animals at the farm.
Deputies with a search warrant from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office discovered over 100 living and dead animals on a farm Monday.