COLDEN—A Colden teen faces felony charges following an investigation of bullet holes in a non-residential structure in Sardinia.
Casey Schrader, 19, has been charged with criminal mischief and reckless endangerment, according to Erie County Sheriff Timothy Howard.
The ECSO reports that on Tuesday, Dec. 5 deputies were dispatched to a Sardinia address for reports of three bullet holes in a building. Reportedly one bullet was located lodged in an exterior window, the second was located in a radio within the building and the third round was stuck in a window frame.
According to police, the investigation revealed the bullet fragments are from a .22 caliber round. Following an investigation, detectives arrested Schrader on Dec. 14.
Schrader was held at the Erie County Holding Center pending arraignment in Town of Sardinia Court. The ECSO reports that the building was not occupied at the time of the incident.