A mother and her 20-year-old son, who is accused of shooting BB guns at homes and cars in shoreline towns, was charged with operating a drug factory, police said.
On Tuesday, Maxwell and Michelle Bravi both face a number of drug charges, including possession of cocaine, possession of more than four ounces of marijuana, operating a drug factory and intent to sell.
Police in multiple towns were investigating a slew of vehicles damaged by pellet guns on Monday night, when around 10 p.m., Clinton police received a tip identifying one of the suspects.
Maxwell Bravi and Garrett Bush, 20, confessed to shooting pellets and damaging property in Old Saybrook, Clinton, East Lyme, along I-95 and at the Mohegan Sun Casino, police said.
The two men were also connected to a drug investigation at 19 Fairview Avenue in Old Saybrook, according to police, who later arrested the man's 49-year-old mother Michelle.
Maxwell Bravi is being held on a combined bond of $150,000, which includes the BB gun charges and the drug charges.
Michelle Bravi's bond was set at $5,000.
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