Turns out that most of the board members are the "anonymous" callers that have been calling the police, specifically the board member that lives across from the tennis court. He and his wife believe it to be theirs, apparently.
So, what does one do when a NERF football hits the bumper of your car?
Call Police, of course and request back-up and accident investigation team, probably as well.
That is what "Mr. Wonder" (NJ TAG = WONDER) did about 2 years ago.
Certainly, if a sponge touches your car because it is in the form of a football and
is thrown by a then 7-year old, then that definitely deserves to waste precious police resources as multiple police vehicles arrived on scene to "investigate". I wonder how much the insurance company covered!
Thanks. . .
John Next Question --> definition and picture(s) of a "suspicious looking vehicle" in your neighborhood... What type of car and at what point in time do you call police?