SACPA offering a reward for killing of a cow | Crime
A reward is being offered by the Southern Arizona Cattlemen’s Protective Association (SACPA), for information about the killing of a cow.
The $1,500 reward is for the person/persons who have information that would lead to the conviction for the shooting of a purebred white Charolais cow. The animal was shot five times, according to a SACPA news release, sometime in mid-June near the Coronado National Forest (CNF) just south of Arivaca.
According to the news release, the animal’s carcass was discovered off Ruby Road. CNF has collected forensic evidence and is investigating the crime. Those with information are encouraged to contact Patrol Captain Cheri Bowen at (520) 388-8430.
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 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.