Five people were arrested in Pennsylvania on Wednesday for allegedly terrorizing a Jewish camp. The three adults and two juveniles, according to authorities, intimidated Camp Bonim's campers and staff members on three separate occasions by nearly hitting several people. Authorities said one of suspects drove a Ford pickup truck "recklessly" through the camp, and allegedly shot at the Jewish campers and staff with paintball guns, hitting one camper as he came out of a synagogue. According to authorities, the suspects also shouted anti-Semitic slurs as they tore through the campgrounds. "Luckily none of the children suffered any serious physical injury," said the Wayne County district attorney in a statement. "However, the emotional damage done is immeasurable. This is outrageous conduct and will not be tolerated."