Three suspects in the Locke St vandalism case turn themselves in
Three more people have been arrested in connection to vandalism on Locke Street in Hamilton that caused $100,000 in damages.
Hamilton police say three men who were wanted turned themselves into police headquarters early Monday morning.
It was in March that a masked mob of people calling themselves the "Ungovernables" caused damage when they set off fireworks and threw rocks at store windows.
34-year-old Alexander Balch, 31-year-old Matthew Lowell-Pelletier, and 34-year-old David Prychitka turned themselves in.
Last week, 23-year-old Jack Duckworth, 32-year-old Tammy Kovich, and 26-year-old Tyler Nadeau were charged with unlawful assembly while masked and mischief over $5,000.
There have been seven arrests so far, and police say they are still trying to identify 23 more people.