PARIS — A Norway woman was sentenced Thursday morning at Oxford County Superior Court to 92 days in jail for damaging her boyfriend’s vehicles after he asked her to leave his property on Thomas Hill Road in June.

Connie Scott, 54, was given credit for time served and released after pleading guilty to misdemeanor criminal mischief and criminal threatening. The plea was in exchange for the state dismissing charges of felony aggravated criminal mischief, misdemeanor domestic violence, reckless conduct and violating conditions of release.

Scott will be on administrative release for one year, with conditions that she not use or possess firearms or dangerous weapons, complete psychological counseling and treatment, pay a $500 fine and have no contact with the victim.

An affidavit by Norway police officer Stephen Cronce said Scott drove her vehicle into her boyfriend’s two vehicles in the driveway and pushed his pickup into the garage door, damaging it. “It was reported that she also threw large rocks through the windows of the vehicles, stabbed some of the tires on his vehicles with a knife she found, and scraped the bodies of his vehicles with a metal rake.”

Scott also pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing from Hannaford Supermarket in Oxford in May and was ordered to pay a $140 fine and $97 to Hannaford.

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