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Students arrested for Airsoft gun shooting

Two Valley teens allegedly shot at two 15-year-old girls with an Airsoft pellet gun last week.

The incident happened after school Tuesday, Oct. 16. Four boys aged 16 and 17 in an SUV chased two girls in the Wilderness Rim neighborhood near North Bend after the girls got off a school bus. Two boys allegedly fired the air gun at the girls.

Three of the boys are Mount Si High School students, the fourth is a former Mount Si student enrolled at a private school in Bellevue. The girls also are Mount Si students.

The father of one of the girls is a Washington State Patrol trooper. He chased the boys in his marked squad car to Rattlesnake Lake and held them at gunpoint until backup arrived.

The three Mount Si boys had already been suspended from school at the time of the incident and face further discipline.The two alleged shooters may face misdemeanor charges in Superior Court.

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