From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
June 4, 1914: Las Vegas — James Davis, a mesa ranchman, was given 60 days in jail and a fine, the jail sentence being suspended, on the charge of resisting an officer and cruelty to animals. Davis it is alleged refused to let 32 head of cattle belonging to A.J. Gerard to leave his place after they had strayed on it, refused to feed or water them and declined to allow a deputy to drive them off.
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