Boys, 8 And 10, Charged In Skowhegan Car Vandalism

Catherine Pegram

Updated 10 months ago


Police in Skowhegan say two boys, ages 8 and 10, are charged in connection with a rampage at an auto repair shop.

They’re accused of vandalizing six cars and a boat at Rinaldi and Sons Auto Repairs, doing $10,000 in damage.

Dominick Rinaldi, Jr. says one is a 1961 Chrysler 300G, worth about $100,000.

There was also a Porche and a Volvo.

Eighteen tires were slashed. The vehicles were also dented and had paint scratched and windshields smashed.

Rinaldi says he’ll be on the hook for much of the repair work since his $500 insurance deductible is applied to each car, not as a group.

 

Photos courtesy: Dominick Rinaldi, Jr.

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