Residents in a Southwest Atlanta neighborhood are outraged after stumbling across beheaded animals.
Steve Bailey and his wife say it’s common to see beheaded chickens and roosters when they walk in their neighborhood.
They say the animals are left right in the middle of the road for all to see, including children. The latest incident occurred Thursday night at Rochelle Drive and Beecher Street.
James Nash who owns roosters and chickens says his daughter, 10, stumbled across several beheaded animals at an intersection near his home.
“She had come in screaming early in the morning because she had to go to her bus stop. Across the street there were roosters and chickens in our intersection, she was freaking out because she thought they were ours,” said Nash.
FOX 5 spoke to a woman who says her family called Atlanta Police, but no one came out to the home. Atlanta Police and Fulton County Animal Control say they have no record of a complaint.