Teenagers arrested after ice fishing houses are blown up
Rochester police say they've arrested several teenagers after two ice fishing houses on Cascade Lake were blown up early Sunday morning.
It doesn't sound like anyone was injured in the explosions, but one of the shacks was destroyed.
According to the Rochester Post-Bulletin, police were after a witness saw the suspects run from the scene to a nearby underage party.
"This is a relatively serious offense," Rochester police Sgt. Mike Drees told the newspaper. "They could be charged with arson."
Add teenage terrorist bombings to the list of "why ice fishing sucks." Here's another:
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