Court: Fined for using foul language and already owes the court more than £600

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A woman who already owes the court more than £600 faces paying off a further £95 after admitting a public order offence.

Nicola Coggin, of Templeton Way, Caythorpe, was arrested by police after they responded to a call to a disturbance in Larch Close, Grantham.

Officers responding found Coggin outside a block of flats shouting and swearing up at someone in a top floor flat.

Coggin, 35, was asked to calm down but continued shouting and swearing and was arrested.

Coggin, defending herself, was asked if she would like to say anything about the offence but replied: “There’s nothing to say.” Coggin was fined £35 and ordered to pay costs of £40 and a £20 surcharge. Chair of magistrates Ian McDonnell told Coggin: “Can I suggest you just avoid places where you are going to kick-off.”