BRIDGEVILLE, Pa. (AP)- A professor from Pennsylvania, famous for her ingenuity on end-user trends was accused of scratching the body of her neighbours’ vehicles.
Reports have it that Audrey Guskey, a professor of marketing and communication at the Duquesne University, disclosed to the police that she becomes gnawed whenever she discovers that vehicles are parked in front of her abode. Police revealed to have officially accused the professor of criminal mischief. They said Guskey scratched four vehicles using a key and incurred over $10,000 damages in June. Guskey’s lawyer, Phil DiLucente, revealed that he strongly hopes that parties concerned settle their scores before a preliminary hearing and that the incident is expected to foster a human relationship between the parties.
Tammy Ewin, the university’s spokeswoman, said officials are perturbed and deeply gutted by the accusations. If any of the allegations turn out to be true, it would be a dent on the university’s image and mission.