Alleged PS3 shooters caught, streets safe for console camping

The Worcester Telegram and Gazette is reporting that Connecticut police have arrested two suspects in the shooting and attempted robbery of a man waiting in line for a launch PS3. Twenty-year-old William J. Robertson and 17-year-old Andrew Patnaude were arrested this morning on charges of attempted murder and robbery after a search that involved state police and police dogs. Robertson is being held on $1 million bail, according to the article.

While we shouldn't condemn these suspects without proof, we all feel a little bit safer knowing that the boys in blue are working diligently to bring these console camper casing crooks to justice.

Previously: More on the victim

[Thanks Frank the Crank]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.