A Warren Street woman found her Chevy HHR all scratched and scuffed Thursday evening.
Sandusky police investigated and identified the alleged suspects: a scrumptious PB&J, a ravenous pit bull and a wily neighbor kid. The woman told police that her children watched as a 6-year-old neighbor child tossed a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on her windshield around 5:30 p.m. Thursday, according to a police report.
Next thing they knew, the neighbor's pet dog was clawing at the vehicle's front end, trying to get a bite. Officers analyzed forensic evidence left at the scene—that is, they spotted fresh jelly on the windshield, consistent with the kids' story, the report said.
Officers knocked on the dog owner's door and though they heard barking and saw a car in the driveway, no one answered. The woman was left with heavy claw marks all along her vehicle, but it appears the dog walked away with a full belly, as there was no sandwich in sight.