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Three men arrested after shooting at animals in fenced pasture

Three men were arrested after a drive by shooting of livestock in the Hardaway Community in Gadsden County.
Posted: 11:07 PM, Mar 12, 2019
Updated: 2019-03-13 12:35:38Z
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GADSDEN COUNTY, Fla. — Three men were arrested after a drive by shooting of livestock in the Hardaway Community in Gadsden County.

Trayvontaye Cheesmon, 19 of Chattahoochee, Antonio Roulhac, 20 of Bay County, and Travion Turrell, 21, of Bay County were arrested by the Gadsden County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies responded to an alleged drive by shooting where livestock were targeted in the Hardaway Community. Witnesses stated that they heard gun shots near their home and saw the suspects driving by and shooting from a vehicle at livestock that were grazing in a fenced pasture .

The suspects were later stopped where they tried to elude deputies on foot in a wooded area, but were later apprehended without further incident.

All three suspects were subsequently charged and booked at the Gadsden County Jail for three weapon offenses, two drug offenses, possession of stolen property and resisting officers without violence.

GCSO says the gun used in this incident was stolen out of Leon County.

Deputies also stated the livestock were not harmed.