Buckskin is a light brown horse with a dark mane, and of 'unknown gender.'
Someone broke onto a property owned by former Flagler County elections supervisor Kimberle Weeks and her husband Duane Weeks and stole the couple’s horse and a 60-inch TV.
A Flagler County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to the Weeks home on County Road 305 at about 5:46 p.m. Aug. 31, according to a Sheriff’s Office case report.
The Weeks told the deputy that they’d suffered numerous incidents of criminal mischief since the spring at a second property they owned, also on C.R. 305.
Someone had stolen Buckskin, a light brown horse with a dark mane and of “unknown gender;” damaged a gate that cost $1,100 to replace; and burgled the home, stealing an $800, 60-inch TV, according to the report.
The incidents have been happening since late May, and the horse was stolen around that time. The Weeks didn’t reported the horse theft to the Sheriff’s Office at the time, according to the case report. Part of the report is redacted.