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Intruder Kills 920 Chickens with Golf Club at Foster Farms

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Foster Farms called the killings an unconscionable act of animal cruelty. (Photo: Flickr/Matt Beckwith)

Local authorities are looking for at least one suspect who is responsible for the brutal killing of more than 900 chickens. The unknown intruder beat the chickens to death with a golf club inside a Foster Farms plant in Caruthers, Calif.

Fresno County Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Curtice called the killings psychopathic, and told a local CBS news affiliate, “It’s sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things.”

Investigators are said to have discovered a piece of a golf club, and believe that an additional weapon was used by what is likely more than one suspect.

Foster Farms subsequently called the attack an “unconscionable act of animal cruelty.”

“This appears to be a random act of violence,” Foster Farms announced. “It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable.”

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‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


‘Psychopath’ Kills 920 Chickens With Golf Club At Foster Farms Plant Near Fresno

CARUTHERS, Fresno County (KPIX 5) &ndash Authorities in the Central Valley are searching for at least one intruder who clubbed more than 900 chickens to death at a Foster Farms plant near Fresno.

According to investigators, 920 chickens were beaten to death with golf clubs in an incident at the Caruthers plant on September 20th. “Psychopathic behavior, it&rsquos sick behavior. And people who will do this, it can definitely lead to other things,” said Deputy Chris Curtice of the Fresno County Sheriff&rsquos Office.

Police said there was probably more than one suspect. Workers found the massacred poultry around 8:30 that morning.

&ldquoIt’s crazy that someone would break into the chicken shed to kill them. It’s just crazy,&rdquo said Foster Farms employee Antonio Puentes.

Foster Farms released a statement, calling the crime an &ldquounconscionable act of animal cruelty.&rdquo

&ldquoThis appears to be a random act of violence. It is the express policy of Foster Farms to treat its birds humanely and with compassion. Any intentional act to the contrary is unacceptable,&rdquo the statement read.

Foster Farms estimates the loss at about $5,000. But it&rsquos the abject cruelty of the crime that alarms the company and detectives.

“You can’t do that much damage to animals and not have blood on your clothing. We want to find out who they are and get them off the street,&rdquo Curtice said.

Investigators said they found a piece of a golf club, and they believe another weapon was used as well.


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