NEIGHBOR GETS SPRAYED WITH HOSE OVER NOISE COMPLAINT
On Sept. 26, police responded to the 2000 block of Kaplan Court regarding construction equipment noise from the house of the neighbors behind them. The woman who reported the disturbance said she went over to speak with the neighbor and found three men working on the cement garage floor laying wet cement. The woman said she yelled several times but no one paid attention to her. She finally yelled an obscenity to stop the noise, and one male came toward the woman. The woman slapped him in the face because she was worried about the cement trowel he was carrying. The man told her to leave his property, but she refused until he would stop the noise. The man then sprayed the woman with a water hose and she left and called the police. Police contacted the man and two others in the garage at the 1600 block of Leana Court. The man told police that he had ordered cement for the garage, but it showed up two hours late so they had been forced to work into the night to finish the garage floor. The man said the woman came over and started yelling and cussing at him while she stood in his driveway. He said the woman slapped him in the face and refused to leave when he told her to. He said he “delicately misted” her with the water hose. Both parties agreed not to press charges and they would let the situation go.
RESIDENT CAUSES DISTURBANCE AT TOWN HALL OVER UNPAID WATER BILL: At 2:39 p.m. Oct. 1, policed were called to Windsor Town Hall, 301 Walnut St., regarding a resident who was creating a disturbance over a dispute with her water bill. Police were told by Town Clerk Patti Garcia the woman had not paid her water bill since May 2013 and was upset with the town staff. Garcia said the woman was belligerent and at one point slammed her fists down on her desk. Garcia had asked the woman to leave several times, and she refused until Garcia had another employee call the police. Garcia said she didn’t want the police to contact the woman, and that she was satisfied with her leaving.