Two teenagers were lodged in Wayne County Prison over the weekend for allegedly firing a gun at an occupied house- supposedly over a game system.

Two teenagers were lodged in Wayne County Prison over the weekend for allegedly firing a gun at an occupied house- supposedly over a game system.
The incident occurred at 3:15 a.m., Saturday, September 27 in Wallenpaupack Lake Estates (WLE). Both age 17, Anthony T. Navarra and Michael A. Regan are being charged as adults, according to Trooper Bill Satkowski, Pa. State Police Troop R spokesman.
Both from Lake Ariel, they are each charged with Attempted Murder. In addition, they each face Criminal Conspiracy t Commit Murder, Aggravated Assault, Conspiracy to Commit Aggravated Assault, Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Carrying a Firearm Without a License. Regan also faces a charge of Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Deliver, and Tampering with Evidence.
According to the affidavit filed by the State Police, the victim, a male, was at his home at 14 Deerfield Court watching TV in his downstairs bedroom. He was lying down in his bed when rounds of ammunition started to come through the side of his house and his bedroom, narrowly missing him. He states that he saw headlights from a car outside through the curtain.
State Police found several 9 mm casings in the roadway in front of the victim’s residence. Inside the house were several bullets from the shooting that night, apparently from a 9 mm pistol.
The victim told police that every day for the past two weeks, Navarra has come to his house looking for the victim’s son. The victim states that Navarra has been accusing the son of taking a game system from him (Navarra). Navarra had come to the house the night before- at about 11:30 p.m.- and had spoken with the victim’s son and had threatened to shoot the victim’s son if he did not give back the game system.
At 3:18 a.m. Saturday, WLE Security officer John O’Connor received a call about the shooting. While driving to the scene, he saw Navarra in a light colored Saturn driving away from the scene and toward where Navarra lives on Mockingbird Lane.
On Saturday, State Police interviewed a couple witnesses who both stated Navarra was angry with the victim’s son, believing he stole a game system from him. Regan allegedly told State Police that he drove the vehicle to the victim’s house and that he and Navarra and three others had talked about shooting the house. He said that Navarra asked him to take the gun back to his house because he (Navarra) was on probation.
Navarra was interviewed at 1 p.m., and according to the affidavit, told police that he and Regan went to the scene at around 11:30 p.m. but came back later because the lights were still on. Navarra said he told Regan he wanted to smash the windows out of the car of the victim’s son but Regan had the idea to shoot the windows of the house. Navarra said he agreed, and they retrieved the pistol from a safe under Regan’s bed. Navarra allegedly told police that he fired the gun at the house until the clip was empty.
 Armed with a search warrant, State Police located a 9 mm pistol and 11 bundled of suspected cocaine at Regan’s house, says the affidavit. The drugs were packaged. Another witness stated that Regan sells cocaine regularly.
Navarra and Regan were arraigned before District Judge Ronald Edwards and each put in jail in lieu of $250,000 bail.