Car egged during parking dispute; Fairfield man charged
Updated 4:14 pm, Monday, October 23, 2017
FAIRFIELD — A parking dispute led to charges against a Joan Drive man Sunday afternoon.
Bennett C. Sacks, 25, was issued a misdemeanor summons for third-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, after police said he became upset with a neighbor’s guests and threw an egg at a car.
The cars were parked in front of Sacks’ parent’s house, police said, and Sacks allegedly was yelling at people and threatening to vandalize cars if they weren’t moved. The cars were moved, but according to the police report, Sacks said the car owners were being very rude, at which point, he threw the egg.
Sacks allegedly told police the cars were parked on his property so he had a right to do what he did. Police said the rear tire of one of the cars was on the lawn. They also advised Sacks that the cars were actually parked on the town’s right of way and there were no parking violations.
Sacks was released on a promise to appear in state Superior Court in Bridgeport Nov. 1