Former SAU coed sentenced to 10 years in horse theft

By Nancy Cook |

Published 02/06 2014 01:21PM

Updated 02/06 2014 02:42PM

Troubles have mounted for the former the former coed who helped steal horses from Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia. 

Jaci Rae Jackson this morning was sentenced to serve 10 years in the Arkansas Department of Correction, and ordered to pay restitution of more than $28,000, for her involvement in the theft of five horses from Southern Arkansas University in 2011. The sentence was handed down by Judge Larry Chandler in Columbia County Circuit Court. 

On Jan 27, Jackson was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison in Oklahoma, after pleading guilty for her part in the theft of the five horses taken from the SAU barn in Magnolia and transported to Oklahoma.

One of the horses, Credit Card, was nationally known, after his owner appeared on the reality series, Sweet Home Alabama Credit Card was shot, his throat was cut and was quartered in order to scatter his remains.

Photo Courtesy: KTVE, Monroe

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