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A Media, Penn. woman was found guilty of arson, insurance fraud, and more on August 4, and it was all thanks to the fact that she committed her obnoxiously loud crimes in broad daylight for all of her neighbors to see and hear.

On Feb. 3, 2010, 36-year-old Katherine Davis reported criminal mischief at her apartment—she had found five holes in the rear window of her 2005 Honda Accord. Although she claimed to not know who caused the damage, neighbors who were questioned in the investigation noted that they had witnessed Davis hitting her vehicle with a hammer.

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