Reward: Seeking Information in Livestock Crime

Up to $1,500 Reward Offered in Livestock Killing Near Green Valley

Green Valley, Ariz. – The Southern Arizona Cattlemen’s Protective Association (SACPA) is offering a reward of up to $1,500 for information leading to a felony conviction in the case of a cow fatally shot in late October or early November on the Navarro Ranch.

The remains of the cow were found in a remote location approximately eight miles northwest of  Green Valley. The officer who investigated the incident suspects that the individuals who shot the cow most likely accessed the area from the Magee Ranch Road or from the Ocotillo Ranch Subdivision.  The light tan cow appeared to have been shot with at least one rifle and one pistol round. The front quarters were cut from the carcass. This is the fourth dead cow since the beginning of September on this ranch.

Please contact  Dan Bell at 520-761-3117 with any information or  email SACPA.

The SACPA was formed in 1955 with a primary mission to aid law enforcement in the prosecution of property crimes against its members. Subject to approval by the organization’s board of directors, SACPA offers a reward of up to $1,500 of anyone who kills, steals or injures livestock or vandalizes or steals property belonging to any SACPA member in good standing.