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Woman takes revenge on boss by trashing office with glitter and toilet paper

By Mason White 3:43 PM November 30, 2015
Samantha Lockhart and the trashed office 

By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested, charged and convicted of vandalism for destroying her boss’ office.

25-year-old Samantha Lockhart worked as a county government clerk in Ohio, when she entered her boss’ office and poured glitter and other items all over the place.

Lockhart,was found guilty by a jury of vandalism, a fifth-degree felony. She was given a nine-month suspended sentence along with a fine of $1,000.

As we reported earlier, a woman was seen trashing her supervisor’s office on the last day of her employment.

The woman was accused of destroying the office of her supervisor with glitter and silly string on her last day in office.

Lockhart of Akron, was charged with fifth-degree felony vandalism, burglary and harmful criminal offense in the Akron Municipal Court.

Police arrested Lockhart after seeing a surveillance video that showed her entering the office building with a man and trashing the office.

Lockhart worked as a clerk for the Summit County Fiscal Office of Kristen M. Scalise since 2013.

Summit County officials said that Lockhart recently submitted her resignation letter, and said that she would continue working for another week.

One the last day of her job, Lockhart called in sick and did not turn over her magnetic card, which gave her access to the office.

Police said that about 5:00 p.m., Lockhart was seen on surveillance video walking into the office with toilet paper and a bag.

Once inside, Lockhart went to the office of her former supervisor, a 48-year-old woman, and destroyed it.

Lockhart threw glitter and silly strings over the supervisor’s belongings, ruining many things, including two desktop computers, a scanner, printer, personal photos, office carpet and sweaters that the supervisor left on the desk.

She also spread an unknown white powder and toilet paper throughout the office.

Her male accomplice was not arrested.