Up to $1,500 Reward Offered in Livestock Shooting Case Near Sasabe

SASABE, Ariz.  – The Southern Arizona Cattlemen’s Protective Association is offering a reward of up to $1,500 for information leading to a conviction in the killing of a Hereford bull on or about March 21 near the Mormon Corrals on the Santa Margarita Ranch, 31700 South Sasabe Highway.

The bull was shot and left whole near a dirt road in proximity to the intersection of Sasabe Highway and Arivaca Road. Evidence was obtained from the scene, but more information is needed about the circumstances surrounding the shooting.
Those with information about the shooting are urged to call the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s AGFD Operation Game Thief at 1-800-352-0700, anonymously if need be, and reference OGT # 11-000405.  Information may also be provided online at http://www.azgfd.gov/ogt_form.shtml.

The Southern Arizona Cattlemen’s Protective Association (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 to any person or persons for information leading to the citation and conviction of anyone who kills, steals or injures livestock or vandalizes or steals property belonging to any SACPA member in good standing.