TSCRA Crime Watch: Another East Texas trailer & equipment theft; Cattle stolen in E, SE TX
TSCRA Special Ranger Jimmy Dickson, Dist. 14 in East Texas, reports the burglary of a property in Anderson County near Stripling. Some time between Jan. 26 and 28 a thief or thieves took a shop-made 6-by-10-foot tilt-bed trailer, license 145566J, that has the license number of the owner etched into the angle iron going back to the axle; orange and gray Ridgid 10,000-watt gasoline powered generator; a green 2004 Yamaha Bruin 350 4-by-4 with gun racks and a bucket holder on the back, serial no. 5Y4AH09Y94A007610; Craftsman 22-gallon stand up air compressor and orange hose; Hitachi nail gun; Skill saw; Bosch jigsaw; 2 Central Pneumatic staple guns; 2 20-gallon propane tanks; 30,000-BTU Mr. Propane blue flame heater; Mr. Heater Big Buddy heater; and various tools, hammers and construction equipment. If you have any information on this theft or any others, please call Special Ranger Dickson at 903-586-8733 or the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office at 903-729-6068.
TSCRA Special Ranger Steve Martin, Dist. 30 in South Texas, reports the theft of 7 cows and 6 calves from a property in Jim Wells County some time between Dec. 27 and 30 by an unlocked gate. Taken were 7 head of 3-to-6-year-old cross bred cows weighing from 1000 to 1200 pounds, each. Some were paint color, but most were red. Also taken were 6 cross-bred mixed-color calves weighing 400 to 600 pounds, each. None of these cattle were branded. If you have any information regarding this theft, please call Special Ranger Martin at 361-358-8851.
TSCRA Special Ranger Tommy Charbula, Dist. 24 in southeast Texas, reports 15 head of cattle missing from a property near Ganado in Jackson County sometime after Jan. 22. Missing are 10 head of black Brangus cows with the brand K7 on the left hip; and 5 unbranded crossbred black Brangus-type calves weighing 400 to 500 pounds, each. If you have any information regarding this case, please call Special Ranger Charbula at 361-782-5209.