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Carol Boyse

Department Head of Library Systems

New Mexico State University

HQ Phone:  (575) 646-0111

Email: c***@***.edu

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New Mexico State University

1780 East University Avenue

Las Cruces, New Mexico,88003

United States

Company Description

About New Mexico State University: A comprehensive land-grant institution of higher learning, New Mexico State University is dedicated to teaching, research and service at the undergraduate and graduate levels. NMSU is a NASA Space Grant College, a Hispanic-se...more

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New Mexico Library Association


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www.lcsun-news.com

The Mesilla home of Lester and Carol Boyse, a New Mexico State University research assistant and a department head, respectively, first came to the attention of police in 2008, when someone reported a smell, which was coming from two dead horses on the property, off Mesilla Hills Drive.
Carol Boyse told investigators she tried to medicate the cats and find them homes, according to court records. "They might feed them or whatever, but basically, Ms. Boyse is very big into animal rescue," he said in 2010.


www.lcsun-news.com

The Mesilla home of Lester and Carol Boyse, a New Mexico State University research assistant and a department head at NMSU, respectively, first came to the attention of police in 2008, when someone reported a smell, which was coming from two dead horses on the property, off Mesilla Hills Drive.
Carol Boyse told investigators she tried to medicate the cats and find them homes, according to court records. "They might feed them or whatever, but basically, Ms. Boyse is very big into animal rescue," he said in 2010.


www.lcsun-news.com

Lester Boyse, a research assistant in the New Mexico State University agronomy and horticulture department, and wife Carol Boyse, a department head of library systems at NMSU, each received the minimum sentence for the charges.
Carol Boyse told investigators she tried to medicate the cats and find them homes, according to court records. "They might feed them or whatever, but basically, Ms. Boyse is very big into animal rescue.


www.lcsun-news.com

Lester Boyse, 59, a research assistant in the New Mexico State University agronomy and horticulture department, and Carol Boyse, 58, department head of library systems at NMSU, face a minimum five years' probation on the charges, which they pleaded to Nov. 10.
Carol Boyse told investigators she tried to medicate the cats and find them homes, according to court records.


www.lcsun-news.com

Lester Boyse, 58, and Carol Boyse, 57, each face 52 misdemeanor counts of cruelty to animals and 55 felony counts of extreme cruelty to animals.
According to court records, Carol Boyse told investigators she attempted to medicate the cats and had sought to find them homes. Four dead cats were found in a freezer. Carol Boyse is the department head of library systems at New Mexico State University.


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