Psych Patient Allegedly Causes $2K in Damage to Room

CONCORD, N.H. — A psychiatric patient allegedly destroyed a room at Concord Hospital last month after reportedly asking to be admitted to New Hampshire Hospital.

On July 12, paperwork was prepared for John M. Mlcoch, 47, to be admitted to New Hampshire Hospital, the Concord Patch reports. However, there was no room, so he remained at Concord Hospital. When Mlcoch awoke the following morning, he reportedly became agitated and started tearing down the ceiling while yelling.

MlCoch was arrested and charged with vandalism. The estimated repair cost for the room was more than $2,000.

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