HARRINGTON, Del.– An explosives investigation in Harrington has led to the arrests of three teenagers.
According to the Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office, the incident occurred shortly before midnight on July 31 at the Friendship Village Apartment complex in Harrington. Neighbors reportedly complained to police about hearing several loud booms.
Police say they contacted a juvenile in the area and conducted a search, reportedly finding a detonated soda bottle bomb and another that did not detonate behind the apartment building.
After an investigation led by the Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office, police arrested Felicia McGuire, 19, of Harrington, a 13-year-old boy and a 14-year-old boy. All three have been charged with the felony of manufacturing and using an explosive device, in addition to the misdemeanor charge of reckless exploding and conspiracy.
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