2 teen suspect identified in bottle attacks

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Updated: 5/13/2014 10:37 pm

SEBASTOPOL, Calif. (AP) — Northern California authorities have identified two teenage boys as the suspects who tossed water bottles at moving vehicles in February.

California Highway Patrol Jonathan Sloat said Tuesday that the two Sebastopol boys, ages 15 and 16, face charges of assault with a deadly weapon likely to cause great bodily injury, throwing a substance at a moving vehicle, being the principle in commission of a felony, and the concealment of the principle involved in a felony.

They are accused of throwing bottles at as many as 10 moving vehicles, including two school buses, shattering windows and injuring one person, who was struck in the eye and arm by glass after a bottle shattered her bus's windshield.

The boys' names weren't released because they are minors.

Sloat says they were identified with the help of surveillance footage, cellphone and school records.

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