My question involves personal property located in the State of: Connecticut
We had a snow storm this past Thursday and around 7:30pm my neighbor returned home and proceeded to snow blow his driveway. We have been feuding for 15plus years now over ridiculous things. So I have put up a fence going down the whole length of his driveway and I've also had to put up cameras to protect myself for the times he calls the police on me for again ridiculous things. Now my camera that is on the back corner of my house which over sees his driveway and my fence was white out due to the weather so I don't have any recording of him and I just happened to be in the shower so I couldn't catch him in time to record, but he snow blowed purposely over my fence and plastered the side of my house and also he was aiming for my camera. It was so loud that I could hear chunks of ice hitting my windows and my house while in the shower. I was able to take a picture of my fence and snow is clearly lining the top quarter of my fence all around the area where my camera is. Now I obviously don't have live video of him hitting my house but I do have the photo of my fence and the snow covering it. Which also raises a safety issue because my gas line and meter are on that side of the house so if rocks/ice do damage to that, I'm going to have a major issue on my hands. So my question is, can he snow blow over my fence and onto my property? Wish I had video footage of this event, but it looks like I'm going to have to wait for the next snow storm to catch him in the act. But what can be done if I do get this footage?