Three teenagers were arrested after police said they shot people with paintballs as they were walking down the streets of Norwich.
From Oct. 31 to Nov. 6, numerous people complained to police about being shot by paintballs from a moving vehicle while walking or standing on the sidewalk.
In the assaults, police said several children, a pregnant woman and a dog were hit by the paintballs. All of the victims suffered "minor injuries," police said.
Police arrested 19-year-old Tevin C. Merrill, of Ledyard, 18-year-old Jaquontee Reels, of Ledyard, and 18-year-old Keith N. Robinson, of Norwich.
Robinson, who was arrested at his home on Dec. 8, was charged with the following crimes:
Reels, who was arrested at MGM Grand at Foxwoods Casino on Dec. 9, was charged with the following crimes:
Merrill, who turned himself in to police on Dec. 10, was charged with the following crimes:
Merrill was arraigned at Norwich Superior Court on Tuesday. Robinson and Reels, who are both being held on $25,000 bond, are expected at Norwich Superior Court on Dec. 19.
Police said the incident remains under investigation and more arrests are expected. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Norwich Police Department at 860-886-5561, the anonymous tip line at 860-886-5561, ext. 500 or email email@example.com.
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