WOODBRIDGE, N.J. (AP) - Two New Jersey teens are accused of luring a family of geese into the street so one boy could run them down with his SUV while the other videotaped it.
The New Jersey SPCA says Woodbridge police have charged the 17-year-olds with animal abuse charges.
The SPCA says it was alerted after the tape was posted on social media.
The SPCA says at least one goose was found in the road and the vehicle shown in the video was located in the Colonia High School parking lot. It had feathers embedded in the grill.
The boys' names have not been released because of their ages.
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