MARION COUNTY, Fla. — Marion County deputies charged two teenagers Tuesday accused of breaking into a middle school and injuring an animal.
Using a bow and arrow, McClain shot a sheep that was behind the school in the head, then stabbed it in the neck with a pitch fork and threw a cement block onto its back, deputies said.
Officials said both teens admitted to the crime. Deputies said McClain laughed during the interview, finding the incident funny.
The teens were charged with commercial burglary, grand theft, animal cruelty, possession of a weapon on school grounds and criminal mischief.
The animal is expected to make a full recovery.