HARRINGTON, Del. - Three teenagers who allegedly made soda bottle bombs have been charged. Harrington Police say that on Tuesday July 31st, they went to Friendship Village Apartment complex in Harrington after getting calls from residents about several loud booms.
On scene they say they found one detonated soda bottle bomb and another that hadn't detonated. The Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office responded and safely disposed of the bombs, and started their investigation. That lead to the arrest of 19-year-old Felicia McGuire, a 14-year-old male, and a 13-year-old male, all of Harrington.
All three have been charged with felony manufacturing and using an explosive device, misdemeanor reckless exploding, and conspiracy. McGuire was released on bond, and the two juveniles were released to the custody of their parents until their Kent County Family Court date. The explosion of the soda bottle bombs did not cause any injuries or damages to any buildings.