Family offers reward on vandalized farm equipment

Damages in hundreds of thousands of dollars; other damages in the area are likely related incidents


Last updated 8/23/2022 at 11:23am

Courtesy the Gasvodas

Blaine County Reserve Deputy Shaun Guffin investigates damage done to equipment on the Gasvoda farm. The family has offered, and local people have helped fund, a $20,000 reward for apprehension of the people who vandalized the equipment, damages well into hundreds of thousands of dollars. An account has been set up at Independence Bank to which people can donate to help the family recover from the damage.

A Chouteau County farm family looking at damages from vandalism to equipment and supplies, possibly totaling into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, are receiving help from the farm and ranch community to offer up to $20,000 in rewards for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrators and to recover from their loss.

The extended Gasvoda family live about 30 miles from Big Sandy on the south side of the Bear Paws with farm and ranch property in Chouteau and Blaine counties supporting brothers Brian and Dana, their wives Cortney and Melissa, along with their children and grandchil...

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