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Good Deeds Met With Trash Toss

Written by Steve Leader on June 11, 2014
interrupted sleep

A Seattle woman, Amy Lee, (not the woman in the photo) says she works thirteen-hours a day and needs to sleep on Sundays.

June 1st was a Sunday.  And the day Seattle held its “Race for the Cure,” a fundraiser to fight cancer.

That didn’t go over well with Lee.  Police say she responded to the racers going past her apartment by tossing trash, frozen food and used cat litter from her fifth floor window.

A large piece of frozen food hit a 13-year old girl.   Lee is charged with assault.

Photo courtesy: www.nick.com

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