Ex-GOP candidate arrested, KY says he was for the rescue of the horses

To steal CHARLESTON, S. C. – former South Carolina Republican congressional candidate is accused of horses in rural Kentucky earlier this month, but he claims he was, in fact, the rescue of the horses.

Charleston-the media reports that Curtis Bostic was arrested Dec. 18 in the vicinity of Jackson, Kentucky, and charged with the crimes of unlawful taking of cattle. He was released on $2,500 bail the next day.

The 55-year-old former Charleston County Councilman said Tuesday that he was in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains on a “humanitarian horse-rescue operation.” He did not go into the details on the upcoming case.

A court date is set for Jan. 23.

Bostic lost his bid for Congress in the 2013 GOP primary runoff with former Gov. Mark Sanford.

The Marine veteran has a Peaceful nature, a 35-acre farm in Ravenel, offers activities such as horse riding.

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