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Fiona-ClarkeFiona Clarke (pictured), 40, fired home health care worker in Norwalk, CT is accused of leaving feces in her former employers’ oven and refrigerator after a work-related dispute, reports Raw Story.

Earlier this year, Clarke was caring  for an elderly woman in Norwalk when the family asked her if she would like to work more hours. After she declined, the family hired another worker to do the extra work and everything went down hill from there.

Raw Story reports:

When Clarke was rude to the new worker in early February, the family fired her. Days later, a family member turned on the oven in the house. Police reported that the house began to smell of “feces and mothballs.”

The family member opened the oven and found feces wrapped in a paper towel. More fecal matter was found in the elderly woman’s refrigerator.

Though Clarke denied the allegations, the Hour said, “police gathered enough probable cause to get a warrant signed for her arrest.”

Clarke was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and breach of peace.  Her court date is set for March 7.

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