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Police: stolen cattle were loaded into Dodge Neon

05/31/2006
An Ogdensburg man allegedly stole seven calves from a farm in Canton by loading them into his Dodge Neon.

Sheriff's investigators charge 22 year old Victor Gardner of 711 Lake Street with Burglary and Larceny.

Investigators say that on April 22nd, Gardner and an accomplice loaded the seven calves into a 2000 Dodge Neon, putting them into the back seat and trunk. The theft occurred at the Huber farm on State Highway 11.

The calves were taken to a barn on the River Road in Dekalb and later two of them were sold, said Detective Sgt. Gus Burns.

He said the whereabouts of the other five calves are unknown but it's believed they were killed.

Gardner's alleged accomplice wasn't named but Burns said additional arrests are pending.

Gardner was arraigned and sent to St. Lawrence County Jail without bail.

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Police: stolen cattle were loaded into Dodge Neon
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