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STRONGSVILLE, OH - Three people were officially charged Friday in connection with some mutilated deer that were left outside Strongsville High School on September 10th.

Strongsville schools superintendent Cameron Ryba tells Fox 8 that three individuals turned themselves into the police and were charged with criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct.

School officials called police to tell them one of the three deer had its throat sliced; another deer had its ear cut off; and there was blunt force trauma to two of the deer.

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Strongsville's police chief told Fox 8 it appears this was an intentional mutilation and the deer were dumped on school property to scare the students.

We will have more on this development as details become available.

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Strongsville High School, OH

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