Three men accused of stabbing, mutilating llama on NC farm

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James Robert Lee, 18; Alexander Samuel Clark, 20, and Cody Wyatt Bray, 22.

UNION COUNTY, N.C. — Three men are accused of trespassing onto a North Carolina farm and stabbing and mutilating a llama.

WCNC reported that James Robert Lee, 18; Alexander Samuel Clark, 20, and Cody Wyatt Bray, 22, face charges in connection to the incident.

Authorities said the crime happened at a llama and alpaca farm in Union County last Wednesday. The suspects allegedly chased down, stabbed and mutilated a llama.

Half of the animal’s body was found in a pond on the farm and the other half was found on a dirt path, according to Union County deputies.

The suspects have been charged with felony breaking and entering, felony larceny, second-degree trespassing and cruelty to animals, according to WCNC.

All three were placed in the Union County jail. Clark received a $9,000 bond, Lee a $2,000 bond and Bray a $10,000 bond.