Ohio resident arrested, accused of egging neighbor’s home more than 100 times

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EUCLID, OH - Just in time for Easter, looks like one Ohio resident has made his former neighbors the yolk of his joke; allegedly egging their Cleveland-area home more than a hundred times in a year.

Homeowner Al Clemens believes 30-year-old Jason Kozan used a launching device to shoot eggs and fruit at his house.  Clemens says he was targeted because he helped start a neighborhood watch program.

Euclid Police may have cracked the case when they arrested Kozan, who used to live on the same street as Clemens.  Kozan is charged with felony vandalism.

According to neighbors, when Kozan scrambled away from the neighborhood, the egging stopped.  Now that might be the most logical egg-splanation for this slimy crime.