Pair faces attempted murder charges after firing at New City home

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A New City man and a teenager are facing attempted murder charges after police say they opened fire at a home on Thanksgiving.

Police say 20-year-old Hoang Vu and his unidentified 16-year-old accomplice trespassed into a yard on Lowell Drive. They say the duo threatened the homeowner and three friends with a knife and a gun before firing shots into the front of the house. The two then fled the scene. A total of four shots were found to hit the house. No one was hurt.

The two were arrested at their homes the next day. They are being held at the Rockland County Jail on $250,000 bail.

Detectives say that Erik Jackson, 21, was also arrested in connection with the investigation.

Police say they recovered drugs, weapons and stolen property from his Nanuet home. 

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