Four girls were cited with reckless endangerment Sunday after they threw a wad of bread at a Benton County Sheriff's Office patrol car.
A deputy was driving east on 27th Avenue when he saw a vehicle make an illegal left turn onto the road, a release said.
The vehicle slowed as the deputy passed and the deputy then heard and felt something thrown into the side of his vehicle. He pulled the vehicle over and learned from the girls inside that they were out "bread balling," where passengers wad up bread and throw it at passing cars.
In addition to the reckless endangerment charges, the driver was cited for making an improper turn.