Marty Robert Maahs, 33, turned himself into the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department on April 12 after a warrant was issued for allegedly embezzling more than $1 million from a bank loan involving cattle.
A South Dakota man has been charged with multiple felony counts including embezzlement of cattle sales receipts after two and a half years’ worth of alleged crimes occurred.
After writing a bad check for $300,000 to buy cattle, a man in Minnesota has plead guilty to his crime.
Johnny Ray Simmons, 52, of Stilwell, Oklahoma, surrendered to police after being charged with six counts of embezzlement related to the sale of calves in a partnership on leased tribal land.
A California man was arrested in Texas after allegedly stealing and defrauding customers and partners out of $1.5 million worth of cattle and sales receipts.
A reported $2.6 million was allegedly embezzled by a former employee of the Oklahoma Beef Council.
Stay on your toes this year, as business mind-set will be increasingly needed to maintain a profitable 2019. Take a lesson from these 10 articles of cattle fraud during 2018.