An Arcadia, California nurse allegedly fired on a piano teacher’s apartment because she
According to FOX 11, 39-year-old registered nurse Kathryn Pugh allegedly shot through her floor in her downstairs neighbor’s apartment because she was upset by the noise.
Pugh’s downstairs neighbor is piano teacher Pin Hsin Lin. According to ABC 7 Los Angeles, Lin reported the hits after two bullets went through her ceiling.
Lin says she first heard a loud bang around noon on Monday, August 1. She assumed that Pugh had slammed her door. An hour later, she heard two more loud bangs, which she assumed were also louder noises from Pugh. After the fourth shot, a bullet went through her ceiling and Lin realized that the loud noises were gunshots.
According to ABC 7 Los Angeles, Lin has been teaching piano from her apartment for three years. Last year, Pugh moved into the apartment above her and started complaining about the noise.
Pugh is currently being held without bond as Judge Terry Lee Smerling deemed her a danger to society. FOX 11 reports that she faces two criminal charges of discharging a firearm into an inhabited dwelling.
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