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.