Car damage in rent row

A WOMAN involved in a rental dispute followed her former property manager to her workplace in Peregian Springs and smashed her car mirror.

Natalie Dunker, 33, admitted in Maroochydore Magistrates Court she had over-reacted but the woman had said something to her first at a shopping centre on December 12.

Police prosecutor Paula Murphy said Dunker yelled abuse at the other woman and then kicked at the woman's vehicle, shattering the mirror.

Magistrate John Parker told her it was a childish way to behave, fining her $400 and ordering her to pay $229 for damages.



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