EUCLID, Ohio-- The man accused of egging a home in Euclid more than 100 times in the span of a year will not serve any time in jail.
Jason Kozan, 31, was sentenced to 18 months probation Tuesday morning. He also has to pay a $1,000 fine.
In March 2015, 86-year-old Al Clemens Jr. contacted FOX 8 News about his home being egged dozens of times in just more than a year. After a lengthy investigation, Euclid police arrested and charged Kozan with felony vandalism.
"We were virtually held hostage in our home, unable to use our front entrance during after-dark hours. Attacks occurred at least three to five times a week, at times as late as 3 a.m. in the morning. And on a few occasions, more than one attack per night," Clemens said.
Last week, he took a deal and pleaded guilty to inducing panic.
Clemens said Kozan didn't just throw eggs at his home; he threw produce and canned goods too.