LEWISTON — Police say three Lewiston residents have been arrested on charges of vandalizing a city cemetery last week.

Police say 20-year-old Shane Haskell, 18-year-old Billie Coburn and Jesse Macia, who’s also 18, are charged with aggravated criminal mischief and desecration of a burial site.

More than 150 graves at the Riverside Cemetery were toppled between Thursday night and Friday morning. Some damaged markers are 200 years old and weigh a half ton or more.

On Monday, dozens of players from the Lewiston Maineiacs hockey team helped repair the damage.

Nineteen-year-old player Sean Finn of Montreal said the Maineiacs wanted to do something to help the community that’s accepted the team. The team’s the local affiliate of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

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LEWISTON — Members of the Lewiston Maineiacs hockey team are helping their adopted community repair a vandalized cemetery.

On Monday the entire team swapped their hockey gloves for work gloves and picking up gravestones toppled by vandals.

The Sun Journal of Lewiston says dozens of players from the local affiliate of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League pitched in Monday with repairs at the Riverside Cemetery, where 150 graves had been toppled between Thursday night and Friday morning. Some damaged markers are 200 years old and weighed a half ton or more.

Nineteen-year-old Maineiacs player Sean Finn of Montreal said the Maineiacs wanted to do something to help the community that’s accepted the team.

Meanwhile, police are searching for the vandals.