The national police attached to the junta of Andalusia sanctioned the Rocío de la Macarena brotherhood in Seville after throwing a bull thrown on the road in Villamanrique de la Condesa as it was returning from the village of Almonte, which apparently left behind. tied to a tree without food or water “so that he can rest”.
This was the explanation someone from the Brotherhood had given to the agents when he was found. Police and 112 said the animal was found around 7:00 p.m. Tuesday by an environmental agent who reported to a single emergency phone number, explaining that it was tied to a tree without food or water, close to a known location. as “Purple Village”. The Veterinary Services and the Autonomous Police were notified immediately.
So far, in the absence of the return of the last brotherhoods to their hometowns, five horses and one ox have died on the road or in the village itself.
Subsequently, efforts were made to find the owner and person responsible for the animal, which was left by the aforementioned Rocío brotherhood to “rest”, with the idea of ”returning later to collect it”. Agents imposed sanctions on those responsible for these events for negligent behavior, although the amount of the sanction has not yet been specified.
Six animals died during the pilgrimage
Romero’s plan provided data this Wednesday on the animals that died in the path of the Rocío brotherhoods this year. So far, in the absence of the return of the last brotherhoods to their hometowns, five horses and one ox have died on the road or in the village itself.
Leaving animals is a crime defined in article 337 bis of the Criminal Code. Before the 2015 reform, this was considered a mistake.
This article specifies that “anyone who leaves an animal (…) in conditions that may endanger its life or integrity will be punished with a fine of one to six months.”
Similarly, the judge may impose a penalty of special disqualification for a period of three months to one year for practicing a profession, craft or trade in connection with animals and for the possession of animals.
A fine of one to six months is imposed, and the judge may impose a special penalty in the form of disqualification for a period of 3 months to 1 year.
The crime of abandonment can be committed if the animal is left outside the owner’s residence, i.e. in a dangerous situation.
Also, if the animal stays in its home but does not receive help from its owner to meet its basic needs, as in this case it will also be in a dangerous situation.
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