A 21-year-old Plantsville woman is facing charges after she egged a passing car
along Marion Avenue in retaliation against someone who had egged hers earlier,
only to later realize she had targeted the wrong vehicle.
Officers arrested Kendra Mitchell Monday night following the incident along
Marion Avenue. Southington police said the driver of the car alerted them to a
woman that had thrown eggs at her, nearly causing her to crash, as Mitchell was
passing by as a passenger in a different car.
Mitchell, of 150 Burritt St., was taken into custody and charged with
third-degree criminal mischief, throwing an object at a motor vehicle and
operating a motor vehicle without insurance.
She was released after posting a $500 non-surety bond and given a court date of
Sept. 16, police said.
“Kendra told officers that her car had been targeted earlier in the day and she
was attempting to seek revenge on the person who did it,” Sg.t Jeffrey Dobratz
said. “Police were unable to tie the victim to the earlier incident and it
appears she hit the wrong person.”
The car suffered minor damage to the front fender, police said.
Moral of the story: throwing eggs will only leave you with egg on your own
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