LANSDALE, Pa. – A suburban Philadelphia couple is accused of damaging the property of more than 400 people during an 18-month egging spree.
According to court documents, Philip Fleck and his girlfriend, Heather Darcy, admitted to the vandalism.
Police say the couple wanted to retaliate against friends for damages they said were inflicted upon them — but the couple also egged other people to draw suspicion away from them.
Police say Fleck and Darcy caused more than $7,000 in damages.
Letters have been sent to residents of Lansdale asking victims to come forward. Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman says her office has an obligation to get restitution for them.
Darcy's mother, Cindy Darcy, says the case is "being blown way out of proportion."
Officials at the Montgomery County Courthouse say it does not yet appear that either defendant has an attorney.