Prank on a fraternity was dinner
BURLINGTON, VERMONT- Three students are accused of stealing a chicken mascot from a fraternity house at the University of Vermont and eating it for dinner. They killed it and cooked it in a dormitory. UVM police say 18-year-old Cameron Dube faces charges of trespassing, possession of stolen property and animal cruelty. The other two 18-year-olds involved were referred to a justice board at the university after prosecutors declined to charge them.
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