Euclid police crack case of man whose house was egged more than 100 times
Proudly, this occurred not just in my hometown, not just in my suburb, but in the very neighborhood in which I grew up.
I'm just glad to know that egging the house of that guy that every neighborhood in Euclid seems to have, the one who sits in his window and reports people to the city who haven't cleared snow from their sidewalk, have not pulled their garbage cans off of the tree lawn in a timely manner, or who missed that week's lawn mowing [usually because most working people in Euclid hold at least two jobs], is still in practice.
My only criticism is that the perpetrator overdid it a bit. That, and he got caught.