Hundreds Of Animals Rescued From $500,000 Cockfighting Operation In Grand Prairie – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
GRAND MEADOW, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Numerous animals were saved from a significant cockfighting operation in Grand Meadow previously today, cops stated.
Cops stated they carried out a search warrant on Tuesday, April 27, in the 1400 block of Corral Roadway and discovered about 300 adult roosters, hens and chicks that were thought to have actually been reproduced to eliminate.
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The animals were taken with the aid of Grand Meadow Animal Solutions and the non-profit Animal Examination and Rescue.
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Cops stated they took gaffs and knives that are “commonly attached to roosters during cockfights.”
“Detectives also discovered cash, numerous medications, supplements, syringes, and other implements used to alter roosters into fighting birds,” cops stated in a press release.
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Cops stated they think they interrupted an approximated $500,000 operation.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.