Attorney accused of egging cars in front of parents’ million-dollar home

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NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. -- An Oklahoma attorney has been charged with a misdemeanor crime for allegedly vandalizing cars parked in front of her parent's million-dollar home.

On Feb. 11, an eyewitness called 911 to report the incident. The 911 caller said he was driving by when he saw a woman in a white shirt hurling raw eggs at parked cars.

A neighbor across the street captured the incident on surveillance video. The suspect allegedly egged five cars that were legally parked in front of a home.

According to Nichols Hills police chief Steven Cox, officers talked to several neighbors who confirmed the family who lives at the home has been involved in a longstanding showdown with the city over the parking along the street in front of their home.

It is legal for cars to park on their side of the street.

"I couldn't even imagine why somebody would be upset that cars were parked on the street legally," Cox said.

Police arrested 37-year-old Kelly Hensley for the crime. Hensley is an attorney who lives with her mom and dad.

Officers reviewed the surveillance video before arresting Hensley. She has been charged with a misdemeanor crime for "molesting a standing vehicle."

On Thursday, her attorney said Hensley had declined to comment about the case.