if there is anything to hunt.... ENID, Okla. -- Garfield County authorities said two men accused of killing or injuring 13 head of cattle near Covington told them they shot the animals because they couldn't find any deer to hunt. Sheriff's deputies took Shane Smith and Shelby Morris into custody on Monday. They were booked on 13 animal cruelty complaints, and bond for each was set at $10,000. Smith bonded out of jail Tuesday, and Morris remained in custody. A jailer didn't know if either had attorneys. Authorities discovered six dead calves Nov. 28. They found two dead calves and two wounded calves a short time later, and discovered two dead cows and an injured bull at another location. The calves and the cows had been shot. The sheriff's office said the men told them they were drunk that night.