Cox Found Guilty in SAU Horse Case

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Wendi Cox, the mother of a woman accused of stealing horses from the Southern Arkansas University (SAU) stables, has been found guilty for her role in the thefts and has been sentenced to serve 60 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections.

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