"Like a Rock" may be the song associated with Chevys, but something that looked like a rock was used to break windows out of two vehicles last weekend.
On Sept. 8 at the 1633 block of Graham Road, a 37-year-old Stow man called police when he went to his vehicle and his driver’s side and front window were smashed on his Ford F-150 grey truck. Total damage is estimated at $350. His truck was parked at his home overnight.
Police said when they arrived they found a small metal ball inside of the truck.
The victim told police he did not know of anyone who would do this.
Criminal damaging is a second-degree misdemeanor, in this situation.
A 32-year-old Diplomat Drive woman called the police department on the same day because the back window of her Honda CRV was broken out.
Police said a rock was found on the dash of the car, “as if it was projected at a high velocity.” The woman, who is a nanny, uses the car for work, according to the report.
Damage is estimated at $250. Vandalism, in this situation, is a fifth-degree misdemeanor.