constables continue search for horse, truck and trailer-reward offered

Anita Lee, the owner of Kat’s Trophy, a paint mare stolen last Friday from Tractor Supply in Porter. Anita met today with Constable Rowdy Hayden and Chief Deputy Barry Welch to get  a progress report on the search. Over the weekend calls have come in from all over the area and both Lee and Montgomery County Precinct 4 Deputy Constable Dwayne Morrow and Don Smith have followed up on almost all of them.

Last Friday Lee who is from Conroe was going to meet friends in Coldspring for a trail ride. She stopped at Tractor Supply just after noon to buy a few things. Needing a little extra space she parked along the side of the lot, locked her truck and went into the store.

Just less than 30 minutes later as she walked toward her 2006 white Ford F-250 when she realized it wasn’t there.


Precinct 4 Deputies immediately contacted Tractor Supply for security video. “We sincerely appreciate the assistance and cooperation we received from  Tractor Supply in this investigation,” Constable Hayden said. Constables spent the weekend analyzing the video from Tractor Supply and several other businesses. They were able to extract several still photographs and are continuing to enhance the video in an attempt to to retrieve license numbers of at least one vehicle involved. Deputies have been able to identify a green 4-door Ford sedan, possibly a late 90’s or early 2000 Ford Taurus or Mercury Sable.

The stolen truck is a 2006 Ford F-250 lifted 4×4 which is white in color. There were black scrape marks on the drivers side door about mid-window. The tailgate had several dents.

The license number displayed is BP75282.

The trailer is a 2010 S&H 2 horse slant with a front tack compartment and is white. There is a Texas flag decal on the rear.

The trailer license number is DYZH70.

The most notable markings on this paint horse is the blaze on her face and her 4 stockings.

If anyone spots this vehicle contact Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constables Office or the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers.

In addition Anita Lee is offering a $1000 no questions asked reward for the horse. Lee has had the horse several years after it was rescued by friend who nursed her back to health. She has traveled to Oklahoma and several destinations around.the state to ride.