BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police say they believe the man they arrested for smashing car windows is also responsible for breaking windows at multiple businesses. 

Police arrested 31-year old Myles Jordan Menza on Saturday for smashing eight vehicle windows at The Fox Gentlemen's Club on East Main Street in Bath. 

Further investigation found that windows were smashed at Ahart's Market, Town and Country Restaurant and Bath Drug Pharmacy. 

"An hour after we cleaned up, we were serving again," said Chris Lambrinos, owner of the Town and Country Restaurant.

Menza of Bethlehem is accused of damaging the windows of cars and businesses in the area of Main Street in Bath, Northampton County. He allegedly used several different objects, from rocks to cigarette receptacles.

"He actually pulled all the flowers out of the pots over there and he actually tried smashing another window but thankfully that didn't break," said Lambrinos.

Although the damage didn't impede business, it's still a headache and an expense.

"I don't know. We'll see. It'll probably cost a couple hundred bucks," said Lambrinos.

It won't be until Monday that a crew can come out and fix the glass windows for these businesses.

State Police have not released any other information on what may have motivated the suspect but they finally caught up to and arrested Menza at the Sunoco in the borough.

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