Euclid man’s home gets repainted after being egged more than 100 times

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EUCLID - A team of painters put a new face on a home in Euclid that had been targeted several times by a local vandal.

Over the last year, the 86-year-old homeowner had his house egged more than 100 times. A neighbor is accused of throwing eggs, fruits and even vegetables at the home.

The owner of Neubert Painting Company decided fixing the home would be a part of the 'paint it forward' project.

"I mean this guy was really wronged.  So our idea was that we knew immediately that we were going to try and contact him and see if we could right this wrong," said owner John Neubert.

After a few months, 30-year-old Jason Kozan was arrested and is now facing charges of vandalism and aggravated menacing.

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