Man Drove Over Old Lyme High Sports Fields: Cops | NBC Connecticut

Man Drove Over Old Lyme High Sports Fields: Cops

He causes more than $5,000 i n damage, according to police.

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    State police have arrested a man accused of damaging fields at Old Lyme High School by damaging them.

    An Old Lyme man is accused of driving on several athletic fields at Old Lyme High School and causing thousands of dollars worth of damage in the process.

    State police said Connor Robbins, 23, drove his father’s car through a wooden guardrail, a chain-link fence and two safety nets at the high school early Monday morning and drove across the football, lacrosse and soccer fields. The damage estimate is around $5,600.

    Police said Robbins fled the scene and authorities found him at his father’s house.

    Robbins was charged with one count of criminal mischief.

    Bond was set at $5,000. He is due in court on August 6.

    No phone number was listed for the address listed for Robbins on the police release.

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