TSCRA Crime Watch: Saddles stolen and bull killed in Oklahoma

TSCRA Special Ranger Paul Cornett, Dist. 3 in south Oklahoma, reports the theft of 2 saddles from a property in Carter County. On Aug. 7, a thief or thieves entered a locked tack room inside a barn near Springer to steal the saddles. Stolen was a dark brown Saddle Smith cutter saddle with a 16″ seat, aftermarket D rings attached to front of saddle and 12″ leather straps tied to back of saddle, standard leather stirrups and horn. The makers stamp is on the left side near the horn, and there is also a “7″ stamp. The second stolen saddle is a dark brown Crates reining saddle with a 16″ seat, standard leather stirrups and horn. The maker’s stamp is on the left side near the horn. The Blevins leather underneath the fenders has been trimmed by the owner to make it smaller than standard size. If you have any information on this case, please call Special Ranger Cornett at 580-334-1017.

TSCRA Special Ranger John Cummings, Dist. 5, reports the death of a bull in Rogers County.  Sometime between July 18 and Aug. 4, a 1000-pound black bull was found dead on a property near Talala in Rogers County, Okla. It is had appeared that the bull was castrated by an unknown suspect or suspects and left to die in the pasture. If you have any information on this case, please call Special Ranger Cummings at 918-342-0888.

Callers may also contact the Operation Cow thief toll-free anonymous tip hotline at 888-830-2333.

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