Three arrested in firearm incident

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A 22-year old and two 15-year old males were arrested Tuesday by Lebanon City Police for possession of BB guns near a school. At around 3:10 p.m., police were called to the corner of 8th and Church Streets across from Lebanon Middle School on reports of three males wearing masks and holding handguns.

All three males had pistol style BB guns that closely resembled real handguns. At this point, police do not believe the males pointed the guns at anyone but were showing off the handguns during dismissal at the school.

Police arrested the three and charged them with Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault and Disorderly Conduct. The two 15-year olds were referred to Lebanon County Juvenile probation and one was released.

Andy Rivera-Zayas, 22, was also charged with Corruption of Minors. He was arraigned and sent to Lebanon County Correctional Facility on $5,000 bail.


  • Rodney

    Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault and Disorderly Conduct???? What they did was wrong but showing someone a BB gun has nothing to do with Terroristic threats and simple assault. I agree with Disorderly Conduct and if they were stolen add theft charges but if they didn't point it at anyone or threaten anyone these charges are bogus!

    • jessica

      well clearly the police didnt take it like that , maybe it doesnt matter that they didnt phsically threaten anyone but , why in the world would they be wearing mask and have bb guns out so anyone can see and a school at the time students where there it makes no sense , and why the the 22 year old having out with 2 fifteen year old.

  • HowIgnorantRU?

    Just three going to celebrate Mardi Gras after school and lookin' at some pieces. Same could happen at any Catholic school where the future nuns and priests hang after school showing off their crucifixes.

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