An Ohio woman accused of vandalizing her former supervisor's cubicle with glitter, Silly String and baby powder pleaded not guilty Friday to felony charges.
An Ohio woman accused of vandalizing her former supervisor’s cubicle with glitter, Silly String and baby powder pleaded not guilty Friday to felony charges.
Samantha Armstrong, 25, of Akron, was arrested at her home Thursday morning by a U.S. Marshals Service task force and was freed on bond later in the day. Armstrong is charged with vandalism and breaking and entering.
Akron police Lt. Rick Edwards said Armstrong and two men were seen in a surveillance video entering the Summit County Fiscal Office in Akron around 5:15 p.m. Tuesday carrying a bag and a carton of toilet paper. Armstrong had notified her supervisors that she intended to quit her job as a clerk at the fiscal office, but called off sick on Tuesday, Edwards said. The two men with Armstrong have not been identified, Edwards said.
Two computers along with a printer and scanner were damaged and a locked file cabinet was forced open, a police report said. Personal photos in the cubicle were smashed and a sweater was damaged.
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Attorney information for Armstrong was not available. A man who answered the phone at a number listed for Armstrong declined to comment on Friday.
Information from: The Plain Dealer, http://www.cleveland.com