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Man found butchering cow in Utah driveway
First Published Sep 07 2011 11:52 am • Last Updated Sep 07 2011 11:52 am

Ogden » Authorities are considering charges after a Utah man was found butchering a cow in his driveway.

The Standard-Examiner of Ogden reports (http://bit.ly/nCa1an ) that authorities received a call Sunday afternoon from an Ogden resident who reported a neighbor cutting up a cow in his driveway. The caller told authorities they heard what sounded like a gunshot shortly before the butchering began.

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Police say when officers arrived, the man was removing the cow’s head. He denied shooting the animal, and told the officers it had been delivered dead.

Prosecutors are now reviewing the case for potential charges, including possible health code violations.




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