Catharine Whelpley was charged with three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, two counts of vandalism, two counts of trespassing and two counts of tampering with a vehicle, the Journal reported.
The LAPD accused Whelpley of driving her 14-year-old daughter and her daughter’s 14- and 13-year-old Nobel Middle School friends to two homes in Northridge. The girls admitted to the April 3 vandalism, but will not face criminal charges because they did not cause permanent damage to the homes, police said. The vandalism was captured on a neighbor's security camera.
Incensed by the , launched a Twitter assault of his own. The issue also became a hot topic of community comments on Patch.
If convicted on all charges, the Journal reported that Whelpley could face up to seven years in county jail or a $13,500 fine, according to prosecutor Ayelet Feiman. Her arraignment is scheduled for June 28.