A Biddeford woman was apparently unhappy with the way her relationship ended with a Unity man and took matters into her own hands during a series of incidents that began just before 10 p.m. Nov. 3.

Jessica Letellier, 25, of Biddeford, was arrested on charges of domestic violence reckless conduct and criminal mischief following the incidents, which occurred after the romantic relationship between Letellier and the alleged male victim ended, according to Lt. Jason Trundy with the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office.

Trundy said while Letellier shows a Biddeford address on her arrest record, her most recent address has been in Burnham and had carried on a relationship with the alleged victim until recently when the male recently decided to sever their ties.

"Her answer to that was to go to his house and while utilizing a paddle, she commenced to whack the daylights out of his car," said Trundy.

Trundy described the paddle as one that might be used for kayaking and made of a light plastic. Letellier allegedly used the paddle to strike the vehicle several times, Trundy said, causing damage to the body and to the mirrors. Trundy said Letellier also hit the windows of the vehicle, but they did not break.

As police were responding to the report of the initial incident, Trundy said, Letellier left the scene. Meanwhile a group of people had gathered outside the residence to look at the damage to the vehicle, and Trundy said that's when Letellier came back again.

This time, Trundy said, Letellier drove her vehicle quickly up the driveway where the group had gathered around the damaged vehicle.

"Someone had to jump out of the way," said Trundy.

Letellier then exited the vehicle and reportedly apologized to the person she nearly missed.

Letellier is scheduled to appear at Fifth District Court in Belfast Tuesday, Nov. 19.