2 men arrested in cow shooting - The Westerly Sun: News
NORTH STONINGTON Connecticut — Two of three suspects in the Palmer Farm cow shooting were arrested Tuesday. Max R. Urso, 18, of North Stonington was charged with reckless endangerment, first-degree criminal mischief, cruelty to animals, unlawful discharge of a firearm, carrying a loaded firearm in a vehicle, discharging a firearm from a public highway, and conspiracy to commit the crime. The cruelty statute carries a maximum sentence of five years in jail and a $5,000 fine. Henry A. Williamson, 20, of Pawcatuck, was charged with hindering prosecution and making a false statement. Police believe the three men were in Williamson’s vehicle when they shot the cows. State police made two arrests in the case, but the man they say actually
pulled the trigger of the 30-06 hunting rifle, 23-year-old Todd A.
Caswell, was still at large as of Wednesday evening.
After the shooting, State Rep. Diana Urban, D-North Stonington, known as
a champion of animals, established "The Angel Fund" at Chelsea Groton
Bank to raise money for the Palmer family. More than $3,500 has been
raised. Farmer George Palmer told state police the replacement cost of
the cow is $1,500, veterinary fees were $139 and it cost approximately
$200 in labor to care for and move the injured cows.
Comment..... Did you ever find yourself at a loss for words? I mean I could call these three cowards bad names. I could wish evil things on them. I could say that I wish they dream of calf's crying every time they try to sleep for the rest of their lives. Classic High School bullies is all I can come up with. They deserve everything the Connecticut court system imposes on them. I hope the stigma of what they did stays with them all their lives. I hope every time they try to get a job, this felony pops up somewhere on their job application. I also think the parents of these three monsters should pay for all the damage and suffering done to the Palmer family and son Asa...