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A furious woman sent her ex-boyfriend a message he won't soon forget when she allegedly broke into his garage and trashed his car.
And South Jordan police said the man's 31-year-old ex-girlfriend quite bluntly admitted to them that she "[expletive] up" his car after she knocked on his front door and no one answered, according to charging documents filed Friday in 3rd District Court.
Police said the man returned to his South Jordan home March 27 and discovered his garage door was open and his 2005 Audi A4 was damaged to the tune of more than $5,000.
Police allege the Kearns woman broke the car's rear window, windshield and his electric side mirrors, and put multiple dents and scratches on the Audi's exterior. Police said they also found blood on the vehicle, the walls and garage door, though charging documents didn't indicate whose blood it was.
The man told police that his ex-girlfriend had been sending him text messages that he had been ignoring, which he suspected motivated the assault on his car.
The woman was charged with one count of burglary and a count of criminal mischief, both second-degree felonies.