Lampeter man sentenced following abuse of Pony and German Shepard

A Lampeter man has been sentenced to prison for eight weeks after causing unnecessary suffering to a pony and a German Shepard at a property in Cwmann.

The Court heard that on the 27th of September 2022, Evan David Bevan (50) carried out physical abuse on a male pony named Tony and female German Shepard called Rosie, causing them to suffer substantially.

The Court heard that Mr Bevan kicked the pony, showing a deliberate disregard for the welfare of the animal and failed provide adequate living conditions, and failed to seek veterinary care for the German Shepard suffering from an injury to her right ear.

Mr Bevan pleaded not guilty, but was found guilty and sentenced to eight weeks and to comply with a supervision period 0f 24 months.

In addition to the sentencing, Mr Bevan was ordered to comply with a requirement to carry out unpaid work for 200 hours over a 12 month period.

Mr Bevan was ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £154.00 and to pay costs of £1000.

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