Shenaya Schulterbrandt, Tshitenge Loukaka and 15-year-old charged in liquor store attack

STAMFORD - Three teens from Stamford are facing charges after police say they tried to steal alcohol from a liquor store and then viciously attacked the store owner's wife.

It happened at Waterside Liquor on Greenwich Avenue Saturday.

Police say Shenaya Schulterbrandt, 18, Tshitenge Loukaka, 19, and a 15-year-old punched the woman and broke bottles when she tried to stop them.

News 12 Connecticut has learned that two of the suspects were charged as adults and one as a juvenile. 

The victim was taken to the hospital and says she's OK.

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