Teens Set Off Deer Urine Bombs In Store
FORT PAYNE, Ala., Dec. 1 (UPI) — Two DeKalb County, Ala., teens were arrested for allegedly setting off deer urine bombs in a Walmart store, causing more than $11,000 in damage, police say.
A release from the Fort Payne Police Department said Clint Taylor Bailey, 18, of Fort Payne, and Christopher Lamar Weathers, 18, of Dawson, were caught on surveillance video entering the Fort Payne Walmart store’s sporting goods area and taking two deer urine bombs, The Gadsen (Ala.) Times reported.
The two then allegedly took the bombs to the clothing department and set them off in pockets of clothing, the release said.
Taylor and Weathers were arrested Tuesday and charged with theft and criminal mischief. Bond for each was set at $13,000.
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