Police in Southington made a second arrest in an incident where several new houses under construction on West Pines Drive were vandalized in July.
Police said July 23, four new houses under construction and two construction vehicles on West Pines Drive were vandalized. Vandals spray painted graffiti over the interior and exterior of one house, and damaged the carpentry and counter tops.
Other houses had smashed windows, paint buckets spilled and holes made in walls and ceilings. The vandals smashed two windows of construction vehicles on the road.
On Monday, police arrested Zackary Haiman, 19, without incident. He was charged with first-degree criminal mischief.
Haiman was arraigned at Superior Court in Bristol on Tuesday. He posted a $30,000 bond and will appear in court again on Nov. 7.
On July 27, Jordan Uliasz, 19, was also arrested in this case and for a number of residential burglaries over the summer.
According to arrest warrants, Uliasz is accused of committing six confirmed residential nighttime burglaries of occupied homes, one daytime residential burglary and a number of attempted burglaries of single family occupied homes between July 18-19, 2012.
No further arrests are expected in the incident on West Pines Drive.
A $3,000 reward was being offered for the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Southington Police Department detective division at 860-621-0101.
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