Speaking in raised voice a DV breach
A 19-YEAR-OLD Jubilee Pocket woman has been sentenced to a 12-month probation period after pleading guilty to breaching a domestic violence protection order and possessing dangerous drugs.
Prosecutor Chris Bennett said at about 2.15pm on January 31, police were called to a disturbance at a business premises in Cannonvale.
Police spoke to a woman, who started ranting in a high- pitched voice saying she'd done nothing wrong. Police spoke to the victim, who had locked herself in the back room of the business. She said she had taken the defendant to the doctor that day, where an argument broke out.
The argument continued into the car, where the defendant knocked glasses off the victim's head. Later in the day, the victim and defendant drove to the business where the defendant was to do some shopping nearby.
While in the car, another argument erupted in which the defendant threatened to kill the victim. The defendant did not realise she was breaching the protection order by raising her voice at the victim. Police also found one and a half tablets of MDMA on the defendant.