Teens arrested after parts of dead cow, machete found on Woodstock Academy campus

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WOODSTOCK - Two teens were arrested on Tuesday at Woodstock Academy.

State Police responded to the school after a security guard found pieces of a dead cow strewn across the Woodstock Academy campus. Specifically, the calf's severed head was found in the student parking lot across from the main campus.

Avery Blair Rollins, 18, of Brooklyn, is accused of placing the pieces on the campus and was charged with breach of peace. Rollins, who is a student, was also found with a knife while on the school ground.

According to a statement from the school, the cow was killed in a traffic accident about two days ago and was already dead when brought to the campus.

While investigating the dead cow, State Police also arrested Evert McKee, 18, of Woodstock. A large machete was found in his car while on the school's grounds. According to a statement from the school, McKee said he left the weapon in his car after a recent camping trip.

Rollins was released on $1,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court June 30. McKee was released on a $2,500 bond.