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Greeneville High students who killed 2 cows and calf with bows and arrows as prank fined, given suspended sentences

August 12th, 2009 12:00 am by Staff Report

According to a report by the Greeneville Sun, three former Greeneville High School students   charged in connection with the bow and arrow deaths of two cows and a calf  as part of a graduation prank have pleaded guilty to reduced misdemeanor charges.

Matthew Fugate, 18, 6710 Kingsport Highway, and Blake A. Hebert, 18, 79 Oliphant Drive,  pleaded guilty to three counts each of the misdemeanor charge of vandalism under $500, according to court records.

Zachary Shupe, 18, 1203 Rambling Court, pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal responsibility for the conduct of another (vandalism under $500), records show.

All three young men were sentenced under a plea agreement, to which the victims agreed, to 11 months and 29 days in jail (all time suspended), placed on probation for a term of one year and fined $100 each, according to their court files.

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