TSCRA Special Ranger John Cummings, Dist. 5 in eastern Oklahoma, reports 9 calves and 12 llamas stolen from a property near Chelsea in Rogers County, as well as a Charolais cow-calf pair missing near Stilwell in Cherokee County.
Some time after June 21 a fence was cut at a property near Chelsea in Rogers County, Oklahoma, to steal 9 calves, all weighing between 200 and 300 pounds, each. The calves were black baldy; dark red with white spotted face; black with white and some spots; black; sold red; red spotted; and white with red spots. None of the calves have brands or ear tags. Also stolen were 1 buck, 1 doe and 10 baby llamas ranging in color from black, white brown, white/cream, and black and white, none with tags or identifiers.
Also missing was a Charolais cow and calf from a property near Stilwell in Cherokee County. The white cow is approximately 6 years old, weighs around 1100 pounds and has in the right ear. Her white calf is 3 to 4 months old with no markings.
If you have any information on these cases, please call Special Ranger Cummings at 918-342-0888.