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Sheriff: Florida man dumps dirt on girlfriend with tractor

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Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office
A Florida man is accused of dumping heaps of dirt on his girlfriend’s car.
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In this Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, booking photo from the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office shows Hunter Mills. Authorities say the Florida man used a front-end loader to dump a large bucket full of dirt on a car with his girlfriend was inside. The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office says Mills was charged with felony criminal mischief.

CRESTVIEW, Fla. — A Florida man used a front-end loader to dump a large bucket full of dirt on a car with his girlfriend inside, authorities said.

Hunter Mills, 20, was charged with felony criminal mischief, the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office said. The girlfriend was not hurt.

Mills invited his girlfriend to talk with him at a dirt pit in Crestview, Fla., where he worked, the sheriff’s office said. The girlfriend arrived in a white sedan owned by someone else, and after he asked her a question, he used a front-end loader to dump a mound of dirt atop the car.

The sheriff’s offices posted a photograph on social media showing dirt piled atop the car and spilling across the driver’s seat and elsewhere.

An attorney for Mills was not listed in jail records related to Thursday’s arrest.

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