Deputies in Weber County, Utah, believed they've cracked open a case involving a mother who allegedly helped her teenage daughter go on an egging rampage.
Investigators said Jennifer Terry, 44, drove her daughter and several other teens around Weber County on Aug. 20 so they could throw eggs at as many as 20 homes, and cause several thousand dollars in damage, according to KSL.com.
Terry was arrested Monday and charged with a Class A misdemeanor.
The egg tossers allegedly threw an estimated 15 dozen eggs at various homes and people.
The estimated damage includes a $2,343 bill to repair one home’s stucco and a $3,000 bill for damage to a car’s ignition, along broken screens, windows and furniture.
Some victims report they’ve been unsuccessful in completely cleaning up the mess, according to the Ogden Standard-Examiner.
Investigators said all but one of the accused minors admitted to being involved in the mass egging.
Police said Terry confessed to the eggings and said she did it "because of certain familial problems she was having and because she simply did not care,” according to a criminal report obtained by KSL.com.