Suspect arrested in copper theft from Oklahoma ranch

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An Oklahoma man has been arrested in connection to a pickup truck and copper, valued at $7,000, stolen from a ranch late last month.

The truck was found on June 3, the missing 3,000 pounds of copper was recovered June 12. The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association reports authorities arrested Matthew James Fuller, 26, on Tuesday. Fuller was arrested by the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office and charged with burglary II, grand larceny and malicious destruction of private property.

Fuller allegedly broke into a barn on a ranch in Chelsea, Okla., loaded the stolen pickup truck with three 750-foot coils of large diameter copper cable and drove away.



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