Why is everyone assuming that Dresser Queen did this out of maliciousness, and not just plain stupidity?
I'm still thinking that she was stupid in thinking she could carry it, or possibly stupid in not realizing that it was glass, and therefore breakable. Accepting something for a neighbor is often a neighborly thing to do - and she may have been dithering around for a day or so, wondering how to tell Marina that she accidentally broke it.
I think there is a possibility that she was TRYING to be helpful and neighborly, and I'm concerned that reporting her to the police, or to small claims court, would be excessive. Back when she borrowed the cup of milk and thought that only poor and crazy people baked their own bread, I thought that she was trying to be friendly but had the social skills of a toddler. I'm still thinking toddler here, and if a toddler breaks something when trying to be helpful, you don't yell at them, or call the police - you thank them for trying, tell them what to do instead, and then ensure it doesn't happen again.
Marina, if you want to go wild on someone, go wild on the shipping company - they're the ones who really screwed up big time.