Two teenagers face charges for attack on sheep
MARION COUNTY, Fla. -- Two teenagers face charges after deputies say they broke into a school and attacked a sheep.
The teens, ages 16 and 17, are accused of breaking into Lake Weir Middle School and emptying six fire extinguishers.
Deputies allege the boys then stole 10 compound bows and arrows from the physical education building, which were used to shoot a sheep in the head. The teens are then accused of stabbing the animal in the neck with a pitchfork and throwing a cement block on its back.
The animal is expected to make a full recovery.
Deputies said one of the teens laughed during an interview into the incident.
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