Part 4: Update On Kansas Cattle Mutilations

— “In the January 1, 2016, case of the pregnant calf mutilation in Canton,
McPherson County, veterinarian Dr. Jessie Winter, D.V.M., states the
cut to the eyeball was done with laser precision.”

— “The toxicology came back on the white Charolais bull from the
December 18, 2015, Harvey County Case. They tested against
20,000 compounds and did not find anything.”

— “In a previous June 7, 2014, cuts on a rancher's Scott County
bull calf were laser perfect and not the result of scavengers.”

- T. Walton, Harvey County Sheriff,
Newton, Kansas, January 11, 2016

 

T. Walton, 64, Harvey County Sheriff since 2008 in Newton, Kansas. Contact: Harvey County Sheriff Dept., Newton, Kansas.
T. Walton, 64, Harvey County Sheriff since 2008 in Newton, Kansas. Contact: Harvey County Sheriff Dept., Newton, Kansas.
Newton, Kansas, is about 25 miles straight north of Wichita.
Newton, Kansas, is about 25 miles straight north of Wichita.
Six Kansas counties with histories of animal mutilations are marked with black circles. Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton investigated the December 18, 2015, Charolais bull mutilation in his county. That was followed by January 1, 2016, discovery of mutilated pregnant heifer in Canton, McPherson County. Sheriff Walton has now heard from other ranchers in Marion, Butler, Gove and Scott Counties about other past mutilations
Six Kansas counties with histories of animal mutilations are marked with black circles. Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton investigated the December 18, 2015, Charolais bull mutilation in his county. That was followed by January 1, 2016, discovery of mutilated pregnant heifer in Canton, McPherson County. Sheriff Walton has now heard from other ranchers in Marion, Butler, Gove and Scott Counties about other past mutilations

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January 14, 2017 Albuquerque, New Mexico - On January 11, 2016, Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton in Newton, Kansas, emailed me an update about what he was learning about the big, white Charolais bull mutilation of December 18, 2015; the pregnant heifer mutilation in Canton, McPherson County discovered January 1, 2016; and the discovery of a 2014 bull calf mutilation in Scott County unknown before the current round of mutilation investigations.

 

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