Squirt-gun attack gets 4 Pa. teens charged with disorderly conduct

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(CBS/AP) NEW CASTLE, Pa. - Four western Pennsylvania teens who carried out a drive-by squirt gun attack with chlorinated water are charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.


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

Police said an adult brother and sister were squirted with chlorinated water and called police, who traced the license plate to one of the suspects.

Four teens in the car reportedly acknowledged they did the deed.

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