Grantham court: Woman swore and screamed in row
A woman who swore, screamed and kicked out at police following an argument with others, has been fined.
Ivana Childe-Freeman, aged 22, of New Cross Road, Stamford, pleaded guilty to using threatening and abusive words at an address on New Street in Grantham.
At around 4.30am on December 15 police were called to the property to reports of somebody smashing up the place, said prosecutor Tracey Ross.
They found Childe-Freeman in an agitated state, screaming into a mobile phone, and when they tried to speak to her she replied: “They’ve got my f***ing drugs, I want my f***ing stuff.”
The defendant was then said to have run towards another individual with her arms stretched out yelling: “I’m going to f***ing kill you.”
When police went to arrest her, Childe-Freeman kicked at them and screamed: “Get the f**k of me you f***ing w***ers.”
Julian Sheen, defending, said that his client had experienced problems with alcohol but that she had made steps to overcome this and now had a much more postivie attitude.
Childe-Freemon was ordered to pay a £75 fine, £85 in prosecution costs and a £20 victim surcharge.