No, it's not Halloween, and it wasn't some college fraternity initiation, but two Danbury men and one Juvenile were arrested and charged after allegedly egging several cars in Danbury late Sunday night into Monday (May 29).

According to a press release, police say an 18-year-old, a 19-year-old, and an unnamed juvenile -- all students at Danbury High School -- were stopped while driving without lights on Lake Avenue after Police had received multiple complaints of cars being egged.

A women who was parked in the Loews Movie Theater parking lot told police that a blue car was driving around and threw eggs at her car. She was able to give police a description of the vehicle and the licence plate, which led police to the car driven by Yim.

When the officers noticed a car that fit the description driving without headlights on Lake Avenue, they pulled it over and found empty egg cartons in the vehicle, along with a small amount of Marijuana.

The 18-year-old driver was charged with driving without headlights, possession of marijuana, and three counts of criminal mischief. The 19-year-old was only charged with the three counts of criminal mischief. Both men are being held on $1,000 bonds.

The juvenile, who was in the car with both older teens, was charged with three counts of criminal mischief in the third degree and issued a summons to appear in Bridgeport Juvenile Court on June 12.