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STATE OF TENNESSEE vs. JACKIE MCCONNELL, JEFF DOCKERY, JOHN K. MAYS.

No. 13-CR-77

THE GRAND JURORS of Fayette County, Tennessee, duly empaneled and sworn,
upon their oath, present that JACKIE MCCONNELL, oJJ or about April 08, 2011, in
Fayette County, Tennessee, and before the finding of this indictment, did unlawfully and
knowingly torture a walking horse named “Pride’s Mr. Williams” by beating “Pride’s Mr.
Williams” on the head with a large wooden club, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against
the peace and dignity ofthe State of Tennessee.

COUNT 2

And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 08, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL, did unlawfully and knowingly torture a walking horse named “Field Colt”
by using a “hot shot” cattle prod on the nose and hind quarters of”Field Colt”, in violation
of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.

COUNT 3

And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 12, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a walking horse named
“Pride’s Mr. Williams” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of “Pride’s Mr.
WiJliams” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete
in horse shows, in violation ofT.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State
of Tennessee.
COUNT 4
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 20, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNEJ,L, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a walking horse named
“Mucha Bueno” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of “Mucho Bueno” in
order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in
violation of T.C.A. 39-1.4-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 5
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 29, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a walking horse named “Taj
Mahal” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of “Taj Mahal” in order to make the
horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of
T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 6
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about March 09, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JEFF DOCKERY, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” by applying a chemical
compound to the legs of “Master Streaker aka M. O.J. Filly” in order to make the horse
sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A
39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 7
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about March 11, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JEFF DOCKERY, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Paroled In The Night” by applying a chemical compound to the legs
of “Paroled In The Night” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the
horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and
dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 8
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about March 31,2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JEFF DOCKERY, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Paroled In The Night” by applying a chemical compound to the legs
of “Paroled In The Night” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the
horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace an.d
dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 9
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about May 05, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Cash Sweep” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of “Cash
Sweep” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in
horse shows, in. violation ofT.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of
Tennessee.
COUNT 10
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about May 05, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Pride’s Mr. Williams” by applying a chemical compound to the legs
of “Pride’s Mr. Williams” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the
horse: to compete in horse shows, in violation of T .C.A. 39-14-202, against the: peace and
dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 11
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid ·further present that in Fayette:
County on or about April 20, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Paroled In The Night” by applying a chemical compound to the legs
of “Paroled In The Night” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the
horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and
dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 12
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 21, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND .JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Paroled In The Night” by applying a chemical compound to the legs
of “Paroled In The Night” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the
horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and
dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 13
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 27, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Paroled In The Night” by applying a chemical compound to the legs
of “Paroled In The Night” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the
horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and
dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 14
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 12, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” by applying a chemical
compound to the legs of “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly”‘ in order to make the horse
sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A
39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 15
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 20, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNE.LL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” by applying a chemical
compound to the legs of “Master Streaker aka M.O.J, Filly” in order to make the horse
sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A
39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 16
And the Grand Jurors on theh oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 21, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” by applying a chemical
compound to the legs of “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” in order to make the horse
sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A.
39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 17
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 27, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNEJ.,L AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” by applying a chemical
compound to the legs of “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Fmy” in order to make the horse
sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A.
39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of Tennessee.

COUNT 18
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about May 04, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” by applying a chemical
compound to the legs of “Master Streaker aka M.O.J. Filly” in order to make the horse
sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A.
39-14-202, against the peace and dignity ofthe State of Tennessee.

COUNT 19
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 20, 2011, before the finding of this in.dictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Taj Mahal” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of “Taj
Mahal” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to compete in
horse shows, in violation ofT.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of the State of
Tennessee.
COUNT 20
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 21, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a
walking horse named “Mucho Bueno” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of
“Mucho Bueno” in order to .make the horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to
compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of
the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 21
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April27, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on a walking
horse named “Mucho Bueno” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of
“Mucho Bueno” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to
compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14″202, against the peace and dignity of
the State of Tennessee.
COUNT 22
And the Grand Jurors on their oath aforesaid further present that in Fayette
County on or about April 28, 2011, before the finding of this indictment, the said .JACKIE
MCCONNELL AND JOHN K. MAYS, did unlawfully and knowingly inflict pain on
walking horse named “Mucho Bueno” by applying a chemical compound to the legs of
“Mucho Bueno” in order to make the horse sore for the purpose of training the horse to
compete in horse shows, in violation of T.C.A. 39-14-202, against the peace and dignity of
the State of Tennessee. District Attorney General
McConnell Pleads Guilty 
22 counts of animal cruelty
Sentence

1 year house arrest

4 years probation

$25,000 fine

Prohibited from owning / training horses for 20 years

 

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TN Grand Jury Indicts TWH Trainer Jackie McConnell