Woman arrested after slashing boss’s tires in Taco Bell dispute

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An employee at a Greenwich Taco Bell is facing charges after living a little too “Más” last week.

Greenwich Police arrested Karisha Hurdle, 21, of  Stamford, after she slashed the tires on her boss’s car following an argument at the East Putnam location of the Tex-Mex chain. The act of workplace revenge has earned Hurdle a third-degree criminal mischief charge.

Police received the report shortly after six o’clock, Wednesday, July 2 that a car had been vandalized outside the restaurant, eventually learning about the dispute. Police later found Hurdle at her apartment in Stamford, where she was arrested.

Hurdle was released with a promise to appear at a July 9 court date at state Superior Court in Stamford.

Categories: Old Greenwich, police
Justin Pottle

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