Burned remains of more than 40 animals found on Oklahoma road

BY KENDRICK MARSHALL, TULSA WORLD Modified: September 26, 2013 at 12:11 pm •  Published: September 26, 2013
Authorities are investigating how the remains of more than 40 animals ended up burned on a roadway in Okmulgee County this month.

On Sept. 12, an Okmulgee County sheriff's deputy observed a suspicious vehicle near the intersection of North 120 and Herrick Roads and soon after spotted a fire, according to a news release.

The deputy then saw 40 dogs, three cats and a rabbit lying on a tarp that appeared to have been set on fire.

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