A Manthorne Road resident said her vehicle's tires were slashed after having an alleged confrontation about possible animal abuse with a neighbor who said, "You'll be sorry for this."
On Sunday, Sept. 22 around 10 a.m., Boston Police spoke with a victim who said that on Saturday morning and afternoon her neighbor was allegedly yelling and hitting her dog, according to a Boston Police report.
Later in the day the victim said she yelled at her neighbor to stop all the yelling, and later in the day her neighbor yelled back, "I didn't hit my dog" while the victim pulled away from her house. The victim allegedly said she was sorry if animal abuse was not occurring, but that all the yelling needed to stop.
The suspect allegedly retorted, "You'll be sorry for this" and "you'll see" to the victim.
Police spoke with a witness who said he/she saw two of the neighbors by the victim's vehicle around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, but thought nothing of it until he/she learned the vehicle's tires had been slashed.
Police spoke with another neighbor who heard the neighbor yelling in the house all day, and the yelling between the victim and the other neighbor.
It was learned during the investigation that the neighbors in question are moving out in early October.