Animal Rights Activist Steals Goat

Animal Rights Activist Steals Goat
Photo: stolen goat returned

When a Central High School West Campus student noticed her goat was missing the morning of October 30th, she called the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office to report the theft.

The Future Farmers of America student was raising the female Boer goat for breeding purposes and she had
previously left it secured in a pen with an iron gate.

Detectives of the AG Crimes Task Force looked into the case and identified 23-year old Alexandria Fall as the suspect. Fall is from Los Angeles County and an animal rights activist.

She believed the goat was being mistreated and by stealing it, she was rescuing it. She was contacted by detectives and agreed to return to goat.

On November 3rd , detectives reunited the student and her goat at the Central West High School West Campus.

Fall was cited for felony grand theft.

Photos from the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office

Animal Rights Activist Steals Goat was last modified: November 25th, 2020 by admin
Categories: Fresno
Tags: grand theft

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