Newkirk resident faces 50 charges of domestic animals running at large

July 2, 2020 | Courts

NEWKIRK — A status docket is set for Jeffrey Eugene Schieber, 41, Newkirk, in Kay County District Court on Sept. 18.

Schieber is facing a felony charge of malicious injury to property and 10 misdemeanors charges of allowing domestic animals to run at large. In a second case he is charged with 40 misdemeanor counts of allowing domestic animals to run at large.

Jeffrey Eugene Schieber

In the affidavit, Kay County deputies and Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers document instances of animals belonging to Schieber that were running free.

On Feb. 27 at 7:58 a.m. two horses were reported to be at large in the area of Pecan Road and south Dry Road.

On March 12 at 7:43 p.m. a cow was reported out in the area Pecan Road and Adobe Road.

On March 30 a cow was out in the area of Pecan Road and Dry Road. 

On April 3 a cow was out in the area again. Between the two cases, 50 reports of animals out are documented. Schieber is free on bond.

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