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Nine men accused of cockfighting in Oregon

June 28, 2012 | 0 comments

Jackson County sheriff's deputies broke up a cockfight and took nine people into custody at a farm at Eagle Point.

As deputies responded to a report of trespassing Saturday at Willamette Egg Farms more than 20 people scattered.

Eight people were cited for cockfighting and released.

A farm employee was arrested and accused of letting people on the property for cockfighting.

Deputies seized 35 roosters and turned them over to a caretaker.

Deputies also seized complete sets of fighting razors, which are fastened to the legs of roosters.

One of the participants told deputies admission to the event was $25 and entry fees were $500 per rooster. A makeshift bar was set up to serve alcohol.

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