A May 16, 2012, photo shows Lucky, a dairy cow on the Meyer farm in Chilton, Wis. Lucky's owners said that after she began limping and laying around more, they hired a chiropractor to adjust her and have seen positive results. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)
PINEVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Two teenagers face charges after their arrest for shooting cows in eastern Kentucky.
Bell County Sheriff Bruce Bennett told WYMT-TV in Hazard that four local farmers found bullets wounds on about 20 of their cows.
The young suspects are held in the Adairville Juvenile Detention Center. Their names were not released because of their age.
Bennett says the teens face two felony charges and several misdemeanors.
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