Arizona Man Charged In Local Horse Theft Case
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – A man turned himself into the Williamson County jail Thursday on charges he sold a Franklin man a $21,000 dollar horse he never delivered.
Raymond Siggins was charged with one count of theft over $10,000.
The case all started in 2008 when the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says Siggins told his client, Stewart Campbell, he had purchased a horse named SNW Joe Fox for him in Arizona.
Campbell sent a check to Siggins and then was told the horse had not been purchased after all. Siggins told Campbell he would find him a replacement horse but never did to his satisfaction.
Four years later, in 2012, Campbell demanded his $21,000 back when he learned SNW Joe Fox had actually been sold by Siggins to a woman in Alabama for more money.
The TBI started an investigation into 46 year-old the following year and indicted him on theft charges in February 2014.
Siggins was being held in the Williamson County jail on $10,000 bond.