TSCRA Crime Watch: JD tractor, Limousin cattle and calves stolen in NW Oklahoma
TSCRA Special Ranger Bart Perrier, Dist 4 in northwest Oklahoma, reports the recent theft of a John Deere tractor in Okmulgee County and 10 head of Limousin cattle and calves from a pasture in Osage County.
On Nov. 24 a thief or thieves took a green 2002 John Deere 7210 tractor, serial number RW7210H030161, from a property near Hectorville in Okmulgee County. The tractor has a QT5500 front end loader.
Special Ranger Perrier also reports 10 head of Limousin cattle stolen from a property near Skiatook in Osage County sometime between Nov. 8 and Nov. 16. Missing are four Black Limousin cows weighing approximately 1200 pounds, each; two red Limousin bull calves weighing approximately 700 pounds, each; two black Limousin bull calves weighing approximately 600 pounds, each; and two smaller fall-born Limousin calves of unknown size or color. All of the cattle except the two small calves are branded with a backwards C connected to a K on the left hip.
Anyone with information on these cases is urged to contact Special Ranger Perrier at 918-847-3231 or the Operation Cow Thief anonymous tips hotline at 888-830-2333.