Hamilton have arrested three more people in connection with a spree of vandalism on Locke Street and have warrants out for three more.
The arrests come after a mob of masked vandals dressed in black and carrying a banner declaring themselves the "Ungovernables" ran rampant through the Kirkendall neighbourhood on March 3. They set off fireworks, damaged vehicles and hurled rocks at store windows, causing an estimated $100,000 in damage.
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Charges are as follows:
Jack Duckworth, 23, of Hamilton with unlawful assembly while masked and mischief over $5,000.
Tammy Kovich, 32, of Hamilton with unlawful assembly while masked, mischief over $5,000, conspiracy to commit mischief, conspiracy to commit unlawful assembly while masked, counselling unlawful assembly while masked and counselling mischief.
Tyler Nadeau, 26, of Montreal with unlawful assembly while masked, counselling unlawful assembly while masked, counselling mischief, mischief under $5,000 (three counts) and mischief over $5,000 (three counts).
Warrants have also been issued for Alexander Balch, 34, of Hamilton, as well as Matthew Lowell-Pelletier, 31, of Hamilton and David Prychitka, 34, of Hamilton.
Hamilton Police deputy chief Dan Kinsella said the service will keep investigating until all people involved are charged.
"There were approximately 30 people on Locke Street, and we've identified seven so far, so we're hoping for 23 more," he said.