TSCRA Crime Watch: Cattle, tools stolen in North and East Texas

TSCRA Special Rangers have reported the theft of 22 head of mixed yearling steers and heifers from a property in Jack County in North Texas, as well as 53 cattle missing from a property in Van Zandt County and more than $14,000 in tools taken in Navarro County in East Texas.

Special Ranger Jimmy Dickson, Dist. 14, and the Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Officereports that some time between March 1 and June 25,  34 crossbred cows, 18 calves and 1 Charolais bull disappeared from a property in Van Zandt County near VZCR 2702. The cows were branded with  “RB”  on the right hip and most of the calves had left ear notches.

Special Ranger Dickson Also reports the June 1 theft of more than $13,000 in hand tools, tool boxes and specialty tools from a property in Navarro County. Some of the stolen property may be marked “Sparky.”

Special Ranger John Bradshaw, Dist.9, reports the theft of 22 head of mixed yearling steers and heifers from a property near Jacksboro in Jack County. Some time between May 1 and June 11, a thief or thieves entered the property through a back fence to steal the cattle, which weighed approximately 750 to 900 pounds each. Some cattle have the following brands: V on the left hip, rocking V on the left hip, connected 4F on the left hip.

If you have any information regarding any of these thefts, please call Special Ranger Dickson at 903-586-8733 or Special Ranger Bradshaw at 940-845-2019.

 

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