Two teens being detained at the Department of Juvenile Justice were arrested for a violent attack on a fellow detainee.
The victim told investigators he was stabbed in the face with a chicken bone while being attacked by 15-year-olds Dakota James Davis and John Horak III.
Investigators with the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office report the 17-year-old victim also suffered broken ribs. He was treated for his injuries at North Okaloosa Medical Center.
The incident happened Sunday, Oct. 8 in a lunchroom at the DJJ's facility on Straight Line Road. The teen suspects were arrested by OCSO deputies the next day.
The suspects claim the victim offered other detainees a candy bar to fight them.