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Christina Marie CATLIN aka Christina Morris offer quarantine and horse transport services but is being investigated for animal cruelty.

STATE OF OREGON v. CHRISTINA MARIE CATLIN

A purported "horse rescuer" using the name Christina Morris to solicit funds for kill pen horses is a wanted felon in Oregon with a felony criminal record. Morris aka Christina Marie Catlin and Heartland Angels Equine...
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Jerry Lawson aka Jeffrey Scott Haywood

Scheming Stable Manager Sentenced to Prison

Jerry Lawson aka Jeffrey Scott Haywood A Massachusetts judge sentenced fraudster boarding stable manager Jerry Dawson to prison Tuesday. Dawson will serve up to four years in prison for nine counts including larce...
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Jerry Lawson aka Jeffrey Scott Haywood

Fraudster Boarding Stable Manager Guilty of Forgery

Stable Manager A jury found the stable manager of Canter Brook Equestrian Center in Massachusetts guilty of nine charges including forgery and larceny on Thursday. The long-time fraudster Jerry Dawson also goes by th...
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Florida Farrier Arrested in $1 Million Property Scheme

Florida Farrier Arrested in $1 Million Property Scheme

A Florida farrier and his wife were arrested this week after they allegedly used fake documents to try to claim ownership of a foreclosed home worth more than $1 million....
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Equine Veterinarian Convicted of Forgery

Equine Veterinarian Convicted of Forgery

Michigan equine veterinarian Julie Rossetto was found guilty of two felony charges, including forgery, for creating a fake insurance document after her reining horse's death....
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Michigan Equine Veterinarian Charged with Felony Forgery

Michigan Equine Veterinarian Charged with Felony Forgery

Michigan veterinarian Julie Rossetto, DVM is facing four felony counts for allegedly forging documents, including a Bill of Sale and an insurance claim, for her dead horse....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

STATE OF TENNESSEE, v. BRIAN MARK DRIGGERS.

A Marshall County grand jury indicted the Defendant Brian Mark Driggers for six counts of forgery and six counts of theft of property. On appeal, he contended the evidence is insufficient to support his convictions....
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