STAMFORD, Conn. -- After a woman refused to go down to meet her in the parking lot, Chantal Nicole Brivett scratched the woman's car deeply from the front to the back early Saturday, police said.
Brivett, 18, of 79 Henry St., is charged with second-degree criminal mischief and second-degree breach of peace.
Police received a call from a Henry Street woman at 2:30 a.m. saying that Brivett had scratched her car in the parking lot at 71 Henry St., and that she was carrying a knife.
The caller, who lives in a third-floor apartment, said that Brivett had been cursing at her and yelling at her to come down to the parking lot but that the caller had refused because she noticed a group of people gathered, Sgt. Kelly Connelly said.
When a police officer arrived, he recognized Brivett and asked her what was going on.
"No problems," the woman answered, according to Connelly. "Just hanging out with family."
The officer went over to check out the 2008 Kia station wagon and noticed numerous scratches running from the front of the driver's side to the car's rear, Connelly said. The scratches appeared to be deep and permanent, she said.
The officer took Brivett into custody. There was no information on a court date or bond.
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