DJ’s Fundraising, a Clayton, Okla., company that produces meats and baked goods for school fundraisers, has been dealing for a year with vandals who have attacked the business and property of the owners. To date, the Jackson family has lost more than $1 million in property, reports KTEN NBC News.
Dale and Justin Jackson are owners of DJ's Fundraising, which produces items like bacon, smoked hams and turkeys, and barbecue meats as well as cookies for fundraising efforts. Justin was also one of the stars from the reality show "Summer Camp" on the USA Network. Since July of 2012, the family has found themselves a target of senseless terrorism. The Jacksons have had two homes and company transportation burned to the ground, compression units destroyed, and a high-powered rifle was used to shoot at Dale's home from Highway 2.
The Jacksons complain that the local law enforcement has been slow to help the family. After contacting local officers, sheriffs, district attorneys and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI), Justin says the matter is simply falling on deaf ears.
"I know there is a certain protocol to things," said Justin, "but it seems like all we get is lip service."
The family is offering a $25,000 reward for anyone who can come forward with information about the attacks. For more information, visit http://www.kten.com/story/23281763/family-business-in-clayton-is-target-of-year-long-vandalism.
Source: KTEN NBC News, DJ’s Fundraising