Utah mom accused of taking daughter egging pleads guilty

A Utah mother facing criminal charges after prosecutors said she took her daughter egging has agreed to a plea deal.

Court records show that 45-year-old Jennifer Terry of Ogden agreed to pay $2,000 in restitution to and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of criminal mischief.

Authorities say she helped a group of girls driving around town throwing eggs at as many as 20 homes in the Ogden area in August. Prosecutors say it caused an estimated $2,350 in damage to one house's stucco and $3,000 in damage to a car's ignition.

Her attorney did not immediately return a call seeking comment Wednesday, and a phone number for her was disconnected.

Prosecutors say Terry told police she did it due to family issues and because she didn't care.

Sentencing is set for April 14.