Richmond Police didn't have to go far to find a woman they say vandalized a concrete driveway by writing her name in wet cement.
Police arrested 24-year-old Cassandra J. Hill and charged her with criminal mischief.
On Saturday, Richmond Police say the owner of a home on North First Street reported a freshly poured concrete driveway had been damaged by someone who had written their name in the wet cement.
Police say since Hill's name was written in the cement, she was identified as the suspect, and arrested.
"I'm willing to cooperate. I'm willing to pay. I'm willing to get concrete estimates for this. I just think it was a buddy buddy job that they did and I don't think it's right that they're charging me extra because it's not right."
Police estimate the damage to the driveway is between $1,500 and $2,000.
The mother-to-be tells 27 Newsfirst she plans on getting estimates Tuesday to see what other experts say it will cost to repair the damage.
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