Dunbarton woman charged in $10,000 vehicle vandalism case

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DUNBARTON — A local woman has been arrested in connection with a vandalism incident that resulted in significant damage to a vehicle in October.

Dunbarton Police Department responded to a call on the morning of Thursday, Oct. 26, at a residence on County Road where they discovered a vehicle with extensive damage.

The car had gouge marks and scratches on the driver’s side, hood and passenger’s side, a smashed windshield, and a broken passenger’s side mirror, amounting to approximately $10,000 in damages.

Following an investigation led by Officer Philbrook and Sergeant Tyler, which included executing several search warrants, authorities identified 20-year-old Julie Clark of Manchester as the suspect.

Police stated that Clark and the vehicle’s owner were acquainted, indicating that the vandalism was not a random act.

Clark surrendered to the Dunbarton Police Department on Wednesday, Jan. 10, and now faces charges of criminal mischief (vandalism), a class B felony.

She was processed and subsequently released with an arraignment scheduled in the 6th Circuit – District Division – Concord for February.

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