Friday, November 25, 2011

RIP Credit Card

They found the trailer and tack weeks ago. They found the other 4 horses (someone had painted them with camaflouge colors to hide them) on November 16th. The police have had clues on this theft a mile long, suspects in mind, yet no one has been arrested. Makes me wonder if either the Farm Bureau is trying to put a lid on this or the person(s) who stole the horses is more than just your average meth head.

And normally a horse doesn't die of starvation in two weeks, so what caused Credit Card's death?

Something is just terribly, hinky about this whole episode.


Remains of horse stolen from Ark. university found

MAGNOLIA, Ark. (AP) — Southern Arkansas University officials say the remains of a horse that was stolen from school grounds several weeks ago have been recovered in southeastern Oklahoma.

University police chief Eric Plummer said in a statement that the McCurtain County Sheriff's office in far southeastern Oklahoma found the remains of "Credit Card" Friday morning. Plummer declined to disclose where the 15-year-old sorrel gelding was discovered.

Horses stolen from Southern Arkansas University

"Credit Card," four other horses and some equipment weretaken from the Magnolia university's Mulerider Stablesduring the overnight hours of Nov. 2. Members of the school's rodeo team own the horses.

Oklahoma authorities recovered the other four horses on Nov. 15. They found a livestock trailer on Nov. 3, andsaddles and blankets were recovered about a week later.

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