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(KSL News) -- The students responsible for a high school prank in Sevier County could face criminal charges.
Last week a slaughtered sheep was found hanging from a goal post at South Sevier High School. Sheriff's Deputies say it was placed there as a prank, since the school's mascot is a ram.
They've questioned seven students from Richfield High School and say those students could face a number of charges, including, vandalism, trespassing and cruelty to animals.