A Pennington County woman convicted of inhumanely treating horses will have to pay the county back for money spent to take care of the impounded animals.
The total cost was more than $3,000. Terri Harwood will have to pay half of it.
In August, Terri and her husband Don were convicted of nine counts each of inhumane treatment of an animal. Deputies in January seized 69 horses from their Rapid Valley property.
Last month, the couple was sentenced separately. Terri Harwood received a year in jail and eight years on probation. Although, a sentence modification hearing has been set.
Don Harwood was sentenced to five years in jail and four years probation. But he has yet to turn himself in. Authorities have issued four warrants for Harwood including one for failing to comply with the sentence.