Euclid man accused of egging neighbor’s house takes plea deal

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EUCLID - A Cleveland man accused of throwing hundreds of eggs at the home of an elderly neighbor was sentenced on Thursday.

He reached a plea deal, but not everyone was pleased with it.

Euclid police say Jason Kozan, 31, threw eggs at 86-year-old Al Clemens' house for more than two years. The eggs caused thousands of dollars in damage.

Due to a lack of evidence, many charges were dropped and Kozan only plead guilty to one count of inducing panic.

"I'm very insulted, I think it's a travesty of justice really," Al Clemens told Fox 8 about the sentencing.

Thankfully, a local company repaired the damage to Clemens' home earlier this year.

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