Three Heartland men are facing felony charges after allegedly ripping off three other men in a cattle sale.
Mark Henry Sr., 47, of Unionville, Mo., his son, Mark Henry Jr., 26, of Lucerne, Mo. and Donald Greathouse, 28, of Lancaster, Mo., are each charged with three counts of felony stealing.
The Henry's are being held in the Davies-DeKalb Regional Jail under $35,000 bond. Greathouse has been released on bond.
The three men are accused of misrepresenting cattle they had sold to two different buyers, through ads on Craigslist.
The sale price in the two instances totaled nearly $66,000.
Click here to view the probable cause statement from the Missouri Highway Patrol. We have blacked out victims names.
Father and son facing multiple charges linked to insurance fraud