Jul 29, 2014

Teens Charged With Several Acts of Vandalism in Oxford

Plants busted, eggs thrown at Great Oak School; several mailboxes damaged.

Teens Charged With Several Acts of Vandalism in Oxford

Two local teens have been charged in connection with several acts of vandalism that occurred in Oxford during March.

Rachel McGill, 18, of 6 Rimmondale Road, Seymour, and a 17-year-old male accomplice, have been arrested for damaging six mailboxes on Somers Lane and Towantic Hill Road, police state in a news release.

McGill has also been accused of throwing eggs at in Oxford and damaging , the news release states.  

Last week, McGill turned herself in at State Police Barracks Troop A in Southbury where she was arrested on three warrants stemming from an investigation by Oxford Resident Trooper Dave Hare.

McGill and the 17-year-old, whose name was not released because of his age, were charged with six counts of third-degree criminal mischief and conspiracy at those charges.

Both were released on $500 non-surety bonds.  McGill is scheduled to appear at Derby Superior Court for arraignment on Monday, April 30, while the 17-year-old will be arraigned at the Derby courthouse on Thursday.

Note: The above information was supplied by the Oxford Resident Trooper's Office. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

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