3 accused in Bollinger County cattle theft

Surveillance video shows a truck with a cattle trailer driving through Marble Hill. (Source: MHP)
Surveillance video shows a truck with a cattle trailer driving through Marble Hill. (Source: MHP)
Jonathan Goldsberry (Source: Bollinger County Sheriff's Dept.)
Jonathan Goldsberry (Source: Bollinger County Sheriff's Dept.)
Shawntae Green (Source: Bollinger County Sheriff's Dept.)
Shawntae Green (Source: Bollinger County Sheriff's Dept.)
Bernard "JR" Willett (Source: Bollinger County Sheriff's Dept.)
Bernard "JR" Willett (Source: Bollinger County Sheriff's Dept.)

MARBLE HILL, MO (KFVS) - Three people are accused of stealing cattle from a Bollinger County farm.

Bollinger County Sheriff Darrin Shell says the suspects are 27-year-old Jonathan Goldsberry of Whitewater and 18-year-old Shawntae Green of Evansville, Indiana. They are charged with five counts of stealing.

Sheriff Shell says there is a warrant out for a third suspect, 28-year-old Bernard "JR" Willett of Waverly, Kentucky. He also faces five-counts of felony stealing.

The cattle theft occurred around midnight on January 7.

Troopers say ten cattle were stolen. That's about $8,000 worth of livestock.

Sheriff Shell says the cattle were sold the following day in Owensboro Auction Barn in Kentucky.

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