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MARSHALL, Va. — Detectives are looking for a Blackstone man accused of stealing cattle from the Fauquier Livestock Exchange near Marshall, Virginia. Jarrett Lee Castelonia, 34, was named the suspect in the March 10 theft. Investigators are still looking for Castelonia.

Jarrett Lee Castelonia, 34, was named the suspect in the March 10 cattle theft. (PHOTOS: Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office)

Jarrett Lee Castelonia, 34, was named the suspect in the March 10 cattle theft. (PHOTOS: Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office)

 

“The trailer used during the theft was recovered in Nottoway County on March 19,” a Fauquier Sheriff’s Office spokesperson said. “Castelonia is known to be operating a Silver Dodge Ram pickup truck with unknown tags.”

In addition to charges of larceny of animals, larceny with the intent to sell and grand larceny of other property in connection to the cattle theft, Castelonia is also wanted in another Virginia jurisdiction and in Pennsylvania on unrelated charges.

Anyone with information about Castelonia or the cattle theft was asked to call Detective Brandon Lillard at the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office, 540-347-3300 or Fauquier County Crime Solvers at 540-349-1000.