HOUSTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A father and son in the Houston area were arrested Monday and are being accused of illegally hunting deer on a college campus.

Police said Shane Strickland, 39, and Reed Strickland, 18, were charged for hunting on the campus of the University of Houston-Clear Lake.

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Shane Strickland (L) and Reed Strickland mugshots. (Credit: KTRK)

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KTRK reports the campus is on a nature habitat and that wildlife in the area are protected from hunters.

Police told KTRK that the two were arrested after officers received a report about a deer blind and deer corn on the campus. According to police, the two had just killed a deer using a crossbow.

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Police said the two aren’t affiliated with the school. They were later released from jail after posting bond.