MILLERSVILLE, Md. (WUSA) -- Three teens have been arrested for "fire-bombing" a home in Anne Arundel County, fire officials said.
It happened at around 1:30 a.m. on June 1, when firefighters responding to a call for a suspicious package, fire officials said.
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"When firefighters arrived they found what appeared to be numerous incendiary devices (which were identified as "Molotov Cocktails") at the scene along with two cars that were also damaged. County Fire and Explosives Investigators and Police were requested and responded to the scene. The devices were discovered by the resident of the home after going outside to investigate a noise," officials said.
Officials believe there was some kind of argument between the three suspects, and the occupants of the home.
Alexander Lare, 17, of Churchton and Crystal Kalinowski, 19, of Annapolis constructed two molotov cocktails and planned on returning to the Galesville home to exact revenge on the residents, officials said in a news release.
"Lare and Kalinowski later met up with a third suspect, Christopher Lester,19, of Deale, and all three returned to the house on Galesville Road where they deployed the devices," officials said.
After searching the suspects' homes, officials gathered enough evidence to charge the teens with the following:
5 Counts of Attempted 1st Degree Murder (Felony)
5 Counts of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder (Felony)
Attempted 1st Degree Arson (Felony)
Attempted 2nd Degree Arson (Felony)
5 Counts Assault 1st Degree (Felony)
5 Counts Assault 2nd Degree (Misdemeanor)
5 Counts Reckless Endangerment (Misdemeanor)
2nd Degree Malicious Burning (Misdemeanor)
2 Counts Manufacture and Possession of a Destructive Device (Felony)
All three suspects are being held at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center without bond, pending a bail review hearing.