Oklahoma agriculture officials say a man has been arrested in connection with the theft of 99 head of cattle.
The state Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry said Friday that 48-year-old David Lynn Wallace of Lynn was being held on $500,000 bail on charges of larceny of a domestic animal.
Agents from the department were conducting an investigation in Pontotoc County on Thursday when Wallace was arrested.
The Oklahoman reported that 48-year-old Larry G. "Snag" Smith Jr. of Finley was still being sought in connection with the missing cattle.
The Agriculture Department said a high-speed chase ensued for six miles when agents spotted Smith, who got away.
The agency said the cattle owner is Jet McCoy and that the missing bovines hadn't been seen since the first week of October.