Update to a story we first told you about two weeks ago out of linn county.
Now the sheriff's office has cited two people for animal neglect and seized 34 horses from their property outside of lebanon after they were found to be in poor health.
Kezi 9 news reporter michael sevren has the latest --- including reaction from neighbors.
Stand up one neighbor here on berlin road south east of lebanon tells me some of the horses that were taken from this property on wednesday could hardly even walk and it almost brought her to tears.
Armed with a search warrant - deputies with the linn county sheriff's office led 34 horses from this property wednesday morning.
Officials say they've been keeping a close eye on the animals since january when they a dead horse on the property.
One of the owners... carol davidson... was cited for placing an offensive substance near waterway...highway.
In april... deputies say they got another report of horse carcasses on the land.
They say the horses did not have access to clean drinking water or food and the mud they were standing was also filled with urine and feces.
Sot: trisha ray/ lives across the street: they were hardly able to http://walk.it was sad.
It makes me almost want to cry you know it was sad.
Trt 9 the horses were taken to an animal rescue center in gresham and were checked out by veterinarians.
Their conditions are unknown at this time.
Deputies say during the operation carol davidson suffered a medical issue and was taken to a hospital.
While ray tells me she's happy the horse are no longer on the property, she says she's praying for davidson who had to be taken away in an ambulance and opes she's okay.