ORANGE COUNTY ( — An Orange County man who’s accused of being involved in a movie theater prank involving a leaf-blower has been charged.

Colin Hunter Davis, 18, was charged Thursday with three misdemeanor counts, including unlawful assembly, trespassing and disturbing the peace.

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Prosecutors say Davis went into Edwards Big Newport 6 in Newport Beach back in August and is accused of participating in an unlawful assembly.

According to authorities, a leaf-blower had been turned on, which caused customers to panic and start running for the exits.

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Three people suffered minor injuries, including a broken toe.

Police also detained three other teenagers, but it’s unclear if they’ll be charged.

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If convicted on all counts, Davis faces a maximum sentence of one year in Orange County Jail. He is currently out of custody, authorities said.