LANCASTER (CBSLA) – Investigators conducting a raid on a cockfighting ring found more than 1,000 fowl on a property in Lancaster this week.

(L.A. County Sheriff’s Department)

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reports the birds were discovered Monday while serving a search warrant in the 6300 block of East Avenue E, as part of an animal cruelty investigation.

More than 1,000 fowl that were believed to have been bred for the purposes of cockfighting were discovered, LASD reports.

Several people have been detained, but no arrests have yet been made, the sheriff’s department said.

Deputies, along with the L.A. County Department of Animal Care and Control and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, took part in the raid.

Anyone with information on the case should call LASD at 323-981-5300.

Comments (10)
  1. Another reason to ship all those tacos BACk to Mexico where they crawled out of.

  2. Some of that wonderful Hispanic diversity. Are they doing donkey shows in California yet?

    1. Tim Hackett says:

      Sacramento is one CONTINUOUS Donkey show….

  3. Let’s see, 1000 birds and no one thought to get police surveillance prior to the raid to be able to get arrests. Couldn’t be no one wanted to fan the flames of illegals being part of criminal activities. Makes ya wonder.

  4. Claudia King says:

    They come here and bring their sicko culture with them.

  5. Donny Dingle says:

    Mexicans will do what Mexicans do. Suffer with it, L.A. Your governor asked for it.

  6. Tim Hackett says:

    Good to know that the Progs, even in KaliPornYa, AGREE with we Patriots that American Law and Culture SUPERCEDES all other INVADING CULTURES, and OUR Law and Culture WILL be enforced! The only question now: When will you Progs start applying it to ALL OTHER AREAS in society?

  7. Third-world California. Getting worse everyday.

  8. D.A.C.A. – Dreamin About Chickens Attackin!