The Medford woman who was accused of failing to provide food for her pet has pleaded no contest to the misdemeanor charge of failing to provide food for animal. Callie Neuman pleaded no contest in Taylor County Court on Monday to the charge. Two other charges were dismissed but read in. Judge Ann Knox Bauer found Neuman guilty and sentenced her to reimburse the Medford Police Department for veterinary services in the amount of $105.30 and pay a surrender fee of $200.00 to the Humane Society of Taylor County, along with court costs. The judge prohibited Neuman from owning any pets and may not be responsible for care of any animals.