SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. -- Authorities said a woman who was angry with her neighbors waited for them to come home and pushed her way into their apartment.
Deputies were called a home on North Hatch near Highway 395 around 6:00 p.m. Thursday. The victim said she and her children had just got home and Mary Reamer, 55, was sitting by her front door.
The victim said she asked Reamer what see needed and said Reamer started yelling at her. The victim opened her front door and Reamer pushed her way into her apartment.
The victim told deputies Reamer went into the apartment, turned around, locked the door, and would not move from the doorway. Reamer told the victim she and her kids made too much noise, which was why she was angry.
The victim said she called 911 and after speaking with the operator, Reamer knocked the phone out of her hands. The woman had told Reamer to leave multiple times but refused and she would not let the victim leave with her children. The victim told deputies Reamer also shoved her.
The victim said her husband arrived home and tried to get Reamer to leave. Reamer refused to leave again and shoved her husband two times. The victim tried to call 911 but Reamer knocked the phone out of her hands again.
The victim told a deputy that Reamer had been sitting in a chair outside her apartment with a blanket wrapped around her writing notes.
The deputy saw the notes, which referred to the issues with noise Reamer said she was having with her neighbors. Reamer denied assaulting the victims.
Reamer was booked into jail for the charges of 1st degree Burglary, Unlawful Imprisonment and two counts of 4th Degree Assault.