Florida woman has neighbors' mobile home demolished, authorities say

Authorities say a northeast Florida woman who didn't like her neighbors had their mobile home demolished.

According to an arrest report, Ana Maria Moreta Folch of St. Augustine told a heavy equipment operator that she owned the trailer and wanted it and its septic tank destroyed.

The Florida Times-Union reports that St. Johns County Sheriff's deputies were called when the trailer's real owner arrived Monday and found the demolition underway.

The arrest report says Moreta Folch wanted the trailer bulldozed because she thought its occupants were unsavory and she suspected they had broken into her car.

According to the police report obtained by FoxNews.com,  Moreta Folch admitted to police that she did not own the property and allegedly said she did the neighborhood a favor by removing the mobile home.

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Thomas Masters, the person who was hired to destroy the home, told authorities that Moreta Folch provided a key to the property. He said she hired him to demolish the mobile home and haul it away.

Moreta Folch was charged with criminal mischief, a third-degree felony. She was released Wednesday on $10,000 bail. Jail records did not show whether she had an attorney.

The Associated Press contributed to this report