Published December 01, 2011
| Associated Press
FORT PAYNE, Alabama – Two Alabama teenagers face charges after police say they released deer urine scent in a DeKalb County Walmart, damaging clothes worth more than $11,000.
The retailing chain sells heavily scented products referred to as "deer bombs" for use by hunters, and Fort Payne police said Wednesday security cameras captured images of two people picking up a pair of the bombs on Nov. 22.
Authorities say two 18-year-olds then went to a clothing area, where the bombs were set off in the pockets of clothing.
Police say Clint Taylor Bailey of Fort Payne and Christopher Lamar Weathers of Dawson are charged with felony criminal mischief and misdemeanor theft. Each is free on $13,000 bonds. Documents haven't been filed showing whether either teenager has a defense lawyer.