A Golden Gate Estates woman is accused of threatening to kill her brother after she learned he was keeping some of her belongings in his bedroom, according to a Collier deputy's report.
Lauren Danielle Plamondon, 19, approached her brother at their house on the 100 block of Ninth Street Northwest around 1:30 p.m. Monday and accused him of having some of her belongings in his drawer, reports said.
Plamondon's brother said she grabbed two throwing knives and threatened to slit his throat. As he pushed her out of the bedroom and sealed the door with a dresser, she bit him and continued to make stabbing motions at the door, a report said.
Deputies said Plamondon then grabbed a bottle of liquid, poured it at the base of the door and grabbed a lighter, threatening to "burn him out if he did not let her into the bedroom." Plamondon's mother was able to grab her arm, at which point the teen ran out the front door and began to strike the bedroom window from outside the home, according to a report.
Plamondon later was arrested and taken to the Naples Jail Center, where she faces charges of battery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Reports did not say what belongings of hers were in her brother's room.