On Saturday, Oct. 26, at about 11:45 p.m., a resident came into the Woburn Police Department lobby to report vandalism to their motor vehicle.
The reporting party said that he was working at Tanner Tavern from 8:30-10:30 p.m. and while he was there his vehicle was damaged by a woman and the act was witnessed by another person.
The man said he was parked on the corner of Union and Main Street, and that the woman involved knew his car and where it was parked. At some point during the night, the woman got into an argument with another female inside Tanner Tavern and they allegedly threw items at one another.
Though the reporting party said he did not get involved, the suspected woman allegedly thought the man took the second female’s side.
After the woman became very angry, she was escorted out of the restaurant. At this point, the man who witnessed the damage was walking with the suspected female.
The man then saw the woman remove one of her shoes and hit the hood of the reporting party’s car several times. Police viewed the damage and noted several circular dents that would be consistent with the heel of a woman’s shoe.
Officers called the involved female but she did not respond. The reporting party decided he was willing to give her a few days to contact police before making a decision on potentially pressing charges.