Three people are in custody following reports of homes and vehicles being hit by BB gun fire in Old Saybrook.
Two men arrested for riddling vehicles and homes with BBs in several shoreline towns appeared in court on Wednesday.
Police said Maxwell Bravi and Garrett Bush face several charges as they went before a judge in Middlesex Superior Court.
Maxwell Bravi and Bush confessed to a spree that spanned Waterford, Clinton, Old Saybrook, East Lyme and Mohegan Sun, according to investigators.
The pair were arrested after police executed a search warrant at a home in Old Saybrook Tuesday morning.
According to court documents, "Bush admitted he and Bravi went into the Walmart in Waterford and that Bravi stole CO2 cartridges and BB's."
Homes and vehicles were struck Monday night in the Cornfield Point area of Old Saybrook, according to police.
On Sunday, six cars were hit at shopping center lots in Clinton.
Waterford police reported incidents at the Crystal Mall, Dick's Sporting Goods, Hope Depot and Lowes lots.
Surveillance photos posted on the Waterford Police Department's Facebook page was shared by Clinton police. That led to an anonymous tip on Monday about the identity of one of the suspects.
Police believe drugs played a role in the shootings, but it's unclear how.
They said both suspects have prior arrests for drugs and criminal mischief.
Maxwell Bravi's mother, Michelle Bravi, was also arrested on several drug charges.
It's also unclear if there are any other suspects.
According to court documents, Maxwell Bravi was previously charged with risk of injury and was in court last Monday trying to get released for Thanksgiving at a family members house.
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