ANIMAL HOARDER: Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

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The man accused of hoarding animals earlier this year says he’s not guilty.

Roger Blew faces dozens of charges for animal neglect and livestock neglect.

His trial is scheduled for September.

Police say more than 300 animals made up of 30 different species were rescued from Blew’s Drakesville home in February.

Sixty of the animals were dead.

More than 200 of the rescued animals have found new homes.