Students Charged in Airsoft 'Drive-By' Return to School After Suspension
The two Andover High School students charged with shooting airsoft rifles at a crowd outside of the Orange Leaf were suspended for the first semester of school.
Andover High School students Louis Correra and Benjamin Warren, both 18, will return to school after being suspended for the first semester in connection with their alleged drive-by airsoft gun shooting at a crowd of people in downtown Andover, according to an article in the Eagle Tribune.
The first semester ends on Monday, Feb. 4.
Both are ordered by the courts to maintain a clean record for a year as a part of their probation. They both changed their plea from not guilty to "admission to facts sufficient for a finding of guilty, according to court documents."
Warren and Correo were charged with multiple counts of assault with a deadly weapon after the two allegedly drove by the Orange Leaf Yogurt Shop on Park Street and fired airsoft guns at a crowd from their vehicle.
Read the full article on the Eagle Tribune website.