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UPDATE: Suspect in SAU stolen horses case waives extradition

Posted: Updated: Dec 13, 2011 03:24 PM CST
ARRESTED: Jaci Jackson,19 (Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Dept.) ARRESTED: Jaci Jackson,19 (Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Dept.)
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COLUMBIA COUNTY, AR (KSLA) -

The Southern Arkansas University student charged with animal cruelty in connection to stolen horses from the university's rodeo team waived extradition to McCurtain County, Oklahoma Tuesday.

Jaci Jackson,19, of Broken Bow, Oklahoma and member of SAU's rodeo team, remains behind bars at the Columbia County jail facing six felony theft charges.

Columbia County Sheriff's deputies say Jackson has paid the $100,000 bond, but there remains a hold for her in McCurtain County, where she faces three additional charges, including animal cruelty.

The bond for the charges in McCurtain County was set at $50,000.

Jackson was arrested back on Dec. 5th in connection to the theft of five horses from the university's rodeo team stables. Four of the five horses were found malnourished, but alive in late November. The 5th horse, 'Credit Card' was found early December dead.

The horse had been reportedly shot, had it's throat slit and mutilated.

Two additional arrests were made in the case.


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