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12.06.06

Clovis Brothers Charged in Deer Beheadings

Trevin Sprinkle Trevin Sprinkle
Trey Sprinkle Trey Sprinkle

Clovis police have now charged two brothers in connection with the out of season slaying and beheading of five deer almost two years ago. 

Officers arrested 23-year old Treven Sprinkle and his brother 26-year old Trey Sprinkle this week... And charged them with killing four mule deer and one white tail.
  

A landowner found the bodies of the deer... And later found their head's about a mile away. 

Another man was arrested earlier in this case, police say he was an employee of the two brothers.

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