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A college student was arrested for charges on cattle theft.
May 8, 2012
A Connors State College student was arrested for allegedly stealing and selling five head of cattle from the school’s agriculture program.
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Rangers Bart Perrier and John Cummings arrested Artrell Mark Carmouche, 23, of Humble, TX, after information surfaced that Carmouche, who attended the school on a rodeo scholarship, allegedly took five stolen cows to a sale barn in Bristow, OK, where he sold them for approximately $5,400.
“Connors State College has been great to work with during this investigation and steps have already been taken to prevent these types of crimes in the future,” says Perrier.
Carmouche is currently being held in the Muskogee County jail charged with larceny of domestic animals. Bond is set at $5,000.
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