A Lincoln woman who knocked on the wrong door Saturday morning had to be taken to the hospital.
She was returning home from a party just before 3 a.m. Believing she had been locked out of her own house, she began beating and kicking the door on the 1900 block of South 27th Street. When the homeowner responded, the woman threatened to shoot through the door when he refused to open it. He called police to report a possible break-in.
Once the homeowner realized the woman was his neighbor, he went outside to help, but when she tried to enter the house he pushed her, causing her to fall. She was taken to the hospital for an injury to her lip.
Police say alcohol was a factor in the incident. No citations were issued.
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