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The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association is currently investigating the theft of 500 head of feeder heifers and steers taken from October 2012 until todays date. The cattle were all stolen from the same ranch, owned by Bryan Linn, located north of Chickasaw, Oklahoma. Linn's cattle only go to the feedlot after sale so none of his branded cattle, in the 500 to 800 lb range should be observed outside the feedlot.
Linn's brand is that of an "I" on the left hip with a cowboy hat over it.
Canadian County, Okla.
5 head Black Angus Bulls - all branded with a backward K, normal B, with letters attached 2 bulls, 2 years old, 1400 pounds each, yellow ear tags, both ears One # 441 One # 921 1 18 month yearling bull 1200 pounds white ear tag # 33 2 yearling bulls 1000 pounds white ear tags One # 38 One # 43 IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CASE PLEASE CONTACT Special Agent Paul Cornett referencing case number CY13-083 with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Investigative Services at 405-650-8929 AND EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Flemington calf theft
Incident Date: Between 06-08-2013 and 06-15-2013 Location: Pasture west of the Flemington Cemetery, Flemington, Missouri Description of Incident: On 06-17-2013 the owner/victim reported eight calves missing. The calves were last counted on 06-08-2013 and were discovered missing on 06-15-2013. A check of the fences revealed that none of them were cut. At this time there is no suspect information. Description of the calves: • Eight Black Angus calves • Each weighing approximately 350 lbs • No ear tags • No brands IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CASE PLEASE CONTACT Detective Jarle Randall with the Polk County Sheriff's Office at 417-777-9020 AND EMAIL email@example.com
On June 20th, 2013, Mark Edwards reported to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office the fencing at his farm had been cut and 4 cows were missing. Mr. Edwards said upon checking on them this afternoon he discovered 4 holes cut into his fence line. Mr. Edwards said the cattle were black Angus heifers, 3-4 years old and had white numbered ear tags and 2 light blue fly tags in each ear. It appears the suspects had attempted to load the cattle through the first hole in the fence and as the cattle moved away from them they continued cutting the holes in the fence until they reached the gate at which point 4 cattle were loaded, possibly into a truck. IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CASE PLEASE CONTACT THE PETTIS COUNTY, MISSOURI SHERIFF'S OFFICE, ATTN: DETECTIVE DAVID HOCKADAY AT 660-827-0052 , X226 AND EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org.
Riley Count, Kansas
The Kansas Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Health received information that four black or Gelbvieh (Gelp-fee) calves have been reported as stolen or missing from farm owned by Marion Brenner near Randolph, Kansas which is in Riley County. Each calve has ear tags but no brands. They were reported on 06-18-2013. If I can find out more info on the cattle I will send it out. IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CASE PLEASE CONTACT THE INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION OF THE RILEY COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 785-537-2112 AND EMAIL email@example.com.
Greene County, Missouri
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. - Deputies with the Greene County Sheriff's Office are investigating the theft of seven head of Angus cattle near Bois D'Arc.
According to the sheriff's department, deputies were called to the 9700 block of West Missouri Route 266 to investigate the theft. The owner reported four heifers and three bulls, all registered black Angus, weighing 1,300 to 1,500 pounds, were stolen during overnight hours.
Authorities are asking anyone with information to call 911. The Greene County Sheriff's Office also asks cattle ranchers to report cattle thefts immediately.