Man arrested for leaving cow parts around high school campus

WOODSTOCK, Conn. (WTNH) – A Brooklyn, Connecticut man is facing charges after police say he left parts of a dead cow scattered around a high school campus.  Avery Rollins, 18 of Brooklyn is charged with Breach of Peace.  Woodstock Academy, a college prep high school, called state police after parts of a dead cow, including the head, were found around campus.  Police say when they found Rollins he also had a knife on school property.  Rollins was released on $1,000 bond and is due in court on June 30.

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