Caledonia police say an 18-year-old and a 14-year-old were cited for disorderly conduct and trespass to land after they admitted egging a home because the girl who lives there “is a (expletive).”
The 14-year-old was also cited for curfew since the incident happened after 11 p.m.
Police were called at 12:08 a.m. Tuesday to the area of 6-Mile Road and Highway 31 because a homeowner was following a car containing two individuals who had just egged his house. Officers were able to locate the suspect vehicle in Oak Creek and initiated a traffic stop, according to police reports.
The driver of the car was identified as Karlee Rybarczyk, 18, with the 14-year-old passenger. Police say they observed a shopping bag from Pick-n-Save in the back seat, but Rybarczyk denied egging anyone’s house.
Officers asked Rybarczyk to step out of the car, and she was warned that if they found even one egg in the vehicle she would be arrested for obstruction, the reports read. Rybarczyk came clean and admitted to throwing six eggs at a home because the girl who lives there is a (expletive).
The homeowner told police this isn’t the family’s first run-in with Rybarczyk. Officers say the man told them he has several active cases with the Racine and Mount Pleasant police departments concerning Rybarczyk’s threatening text and Facebook messages toward his daughter. He said he would next take action on a restraining order for his daughter against Rybarczyk.
Police at the home say it appeared that at least a dozen eggs were thrown at the back of the house, but there wasn’t any damage to the siding.
Officers report they advised Rybarczyk that stalking and threatening the other girl would quickly turn into a criminal matter if she didn’t immediately stop any and all contact with her.