Choice cuts from Acadiana's news media for Friday, March 21, 2014:

Swim at your own risk
Fisherman or potential swimmers may want to avoid the Boston Canal near Henry as the Environmental Protection Agency has discovered a high level fecal bacteria in the waterway, according to this report from Vermilion Today. The canal, which feeds into Vermilion Bay, is a popular spot for campsites and fishing, the local paper reports, and the contamination is believed to have come largely from livestock and humans. One of the main problems according to the report, is over-filled septic tanks, which are flowing into the waterway.

horse  
Photo courtesy of KATC TV3  
This horse, seen through the weeds in rural St. Landry Parish, was found dead recently, which according to eye-witness accounts, was the result of being dragged behind its owners Chevy pickup truck.  

Dragged to death
Here’s a disturbing story from KATC TV3 about a St. Landry Parish man who for unknown reasons attached a horse to the back of his Chevy pickup truck and dragged it to its death. In the midst of the incident, the man, whose name has yet been released by authorities, decided to animal control and asked for someone to come out and “shoot his horses.” Animal responded by sending out officers to investigate the situation, and in addition to finding one dead horse, they also discovered three more horses suffering from abuse and neglect. Aside from the suspect’s actions, which defy explanation, another strange aspect to this story is the decision to withhold the man’s name.

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