Organization Collaborates with Tyngsborough Police Department to Seek Justice against Defendant for Cruelty to Animals
BOSTON, Mass. Oct. 28, 2022 – As a result of a joint investigation with the Tyngsborough Police Department, MSPCA Law Enforcement Officer Tia Devallon obtained an arrest warrant for Adevalter Majesky, 50, of Tyngsborough, Mass., who appeared in Lowell District Court yesterday.
Majesky faces two counts of felony animal cruelty, following an Oct. 24th report of an injured horse on his property at 32 Willowdale Road.
The MSPCA’s Law Enforcement department arranged for a veterinarian to join equine specialists from the MSPCA at Nevins Farm at the scene to evaluate the horse. It was determined that the horse was suffering from sepsis, as well as several other serious injuries, and had to be humanely euthanized. The horse’s body was then transported to the University of Connecticut for a necropsy.
MSPCA Law Enforcement chief Tom Grenham expressed his gratitude everyone involved in the investigation. “Specifically, in addition to all the MSPCA officers, I’d like to thank the Middlesex District Attorney’s office and Chief Howe and all of his officers at the Tyngsborough Police Department for their work on this investigation,” he said.