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“Oh, I was angry! I was furious!” Hot sauce vandalism leaves Ohio neighbors heated

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BRUNSWICK, Ohio — Neighbors in Brunswick, Ohio are wondering who’s responsible for a strong of hot sauce attacks.

Police said at least 11 homeowners were targeted recently on Waite Farm Lane and Blackburn Lane.

The vandal or vandals sprayed hot sauce all over garage doors, street signs, driveways and cars — even leaving behind several crude phallic symbols.

Nobody has been caught, but Sandra Fowler said she’d like to know who did it.

“Oh I was angry. I was furious. Especially the entire hour-and-a-half I’m standing out there in 35-degree weather cleaning a garage door and losing work time,” Fowler said.

If anyone is caught, they could be charged with criminal mischief. It’s a first degree misdemeanor that can carry up to a $1,000 fine and six months in jail.

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