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Man claims woman attacked his car for no reason

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[January 27, 2010]  ALCOA, Tenn. (AP) -- An East Tennessee man told police that a woman in a vehicle in front of his jumped on his hood and kicked and punched his windshield as he waited for a traffic light to change.

 The man, John P. Williamson, 37, said the incident was unprovoked. According to The Daily Times of Maryville, police quoted the woman as saying she was being followed.

A woman, 58, was arrested and charged with vandalism of more than $500. She was being held in lieu of $1,000 bond pending a hearing Thursday in Blount County General Sessions Court.


Information from: The Daily Times,

[Associated Press]

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