NYSP: Teens Threw Liquid Bottle Bomb At Teacher’s Home
Three Madison County teenagers are accused of throwing a pair of liquid bottle bombs at a science teacher's home in Madison.
State Police have charged the trio with criminal mischief - class A misdemeanor - disorderly conduct and trespass, both violations.
From a the New York State Police release:
All three suspects were charged after a two-month investigation. Troopers were called to the residence in the Town of Madison on February 1, 2015 after the homeowner discovered a plastic bottle was thrown onto their second floor balcony just outside a bedroom. Troopers determined the plastic bottle contained a corrosive liquid chemical and other items which was designed to explode on contact. The New York State Police Bomb Disposal Unit (BDU) responded to the residence and discovered a second device located beneath the balcony just outside the residence. The NYSP BDU neutralized both devices at the scene.
Keaton Ackermann, 17, Garret Clabeaux, 18, and George Langan, 18, are all said to be students at Cazenovia High School.
Additional charges are possible in this case, police said.