Police: Women charged in connection with vandalism at Plainville restaurant 

Police: Women charged in connection with vandalism at Plainville restaurant 



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PLAINVILLE — Three women face charges after police said two of them “egged” a local restaurant last month and the third drove them to and from the incident.

The damage to the business was estimated at about $10,000, according to police.

Monique Rinheart, 42, of 187 Empress Dr., Southington and Laura Boutot, 36, of 92 Osgood Dr., New Britain were charged Friday with first-degree criminal mischief and conspiracy to commit first-degree criminal mischief.  Tracy Croze, 58, of 86 Country Lane, Bristol, was charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree criminal mischief. 

On Aug. 13, the manager of Pagliacci’s Restaurant, 333 East St., reported multiple eggs were thrown at the front of the business, causing damage, according to a police report. The cost to replace the awning and damaged windows and clean the property was estimated at $9,725, the report said.

Security video showed two women, later identified as Rinheart and Boutot, get out of a Honda CR-V driven by Croze around 12:30 a.m. on Aug. 13 and throw eggs at the window, the report said.  The manager said Rinheart and Boutot were former employees. 

All three had bond set at $5,000. They are scheduled to appear in New Britain Superior Court on Nov. 12. 

lsellew@record-journal.com203-317-2225Twitter: @LaurenSellewRJ


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