Ballard County man pleas not guilty to poisoning pets

Edward Ream, the Ballard County man charged with poisoning his neighbor's pets with antifreeze, pleaded not guilty in court on Wednesday.

Ream is charged with a class D felony and, if convicted, could face up to five years in jail.

His next court date is July 17th.

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