A 20-year-old woman has been arrested in connection to riots at a New Hampshire college in October.
Police in Keene say 20-year-old Micaela Barbolla, a Keene State College student from Middleton, Massachusetts, is being charged with disorderly conduct after throwing a beer can on Blake Street during the Pumpkin Festival riots on Oct. 18.
Barbolla will be arraigned on Jan. 9.
Keene Police also issued three more arrest warrants for possible suspects in connection to the riots: 20-year-old Nicholas Norstrom of Coventry, Connecticut, for disorderly conduct; Connor Wishart, 20, of Londonderry, New Hampshire, for disorderly conduct; and 21-year-old Stephen Livingstone of Lynn, Massachusetts for criminal mischief.
Police add that these warrants can only be applied in the state of New Hampshire. Anyone who has information on these suspects or on other parts of the riots are asked to call Keene Police at 603-357-9820.
The riots are still being investigated.
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Police arrested 84 people during the initial rioting at the city's Pumpkin Festival near Keene State College, and more than a dozen have been arrested since as a result of an established task force. More than 30 people were injured when parties spilled into the streets of neighborhoods, causing riots.