Parking is a common source of neighbour complaints. We are more likely to own multiple cars then in the past, and combine that with garages more often being used as storage, parking is a valuable commodity. Robert Kane of Scranton, Pennsylvania was upset that a neighbour parked in front of his house. So upset in fact that when it happened the first time he warned his neighbour that he was crazy and that you wouldn't want to see him angry. When a visitors car was parked in front of Kane's house a month later he went off the deep end. Police arrived to find Kane's neighbours escaping out the back door, while Kane was attempting to cut thru the front door with a chainsaw. He faces up to 37 years in prison.