Complaints against a Bowie couple for allegedly transporting three head of stolen cattle to an Oklahoma City auction house have been reduced from four to two counts.
Jeremy, 45, and his wife, Amanda, 35, were arrested on July 11 on four original complaints of bringing stolen property into the state (two), concealing stolen property and conspiracy to commit a felony.
According to the Oklahoma County Jail staff, as of July 24, the complaints have been changed and two have been officially filed: Bringing stolen property into the state and conspiracy to commit a felony. Bonds totaled $8,000 for both charges on each suspect.
Read more on this story in the mid-week News.