NEW CASTLE, Pa. — Four western Pennsylvania teens have been charged in a drive-by squirt gun attack, and police say the parents of one teen will also be charged with disorderly conduct for yelling at officers who were investigating the incident.

The New Castle News reports today that the incident happened just after midnight early Wednesday.

Police say a woman and her brother were squirted with chlorinated water and called police who traced the license plate to one of the suspects.

Police say the four teens in the car acknowledged wetting the others with squirt guns and were charged with harassment and disorderly conduct.

The parents of one of the teens cited will also be charged for allegedly yelling at and insulting officers who were questioning the teens.

 


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