TRENTON- The man accused of beating a horse to death in Trenton pleaded guilty in court on Monday.
Marvin Miller, 42, pleaded guilty to violation of the agriculture and markets law, overdriving, torturing and injuring animals, and failing to provide proper sustenance.
There will be a sentencing investigation that will determine what the exact sentence will be.
Miller is accused of beating his horse to death with a baseball bat in May.
Miller will be sentenced October 7.
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