Drunk woman pushed police officer
SPARKS flew when a drunk woman angrily clashed with police during a bad-tempered confrontation and suddenly pushed one of them, Grimsby magistrates heard.
Marta Warchol, 49, of Albert Place, Grimsby, admitted assaulting a constable in the execution of his duty on February 9.
Nick Wyman, prosecuting, said police twice went to Warchol's home. She was "very drunk indeed", was disruptive and was shouting and screaming at officers.
Two men were also in the house and she tried to interfere while they were talking to officers. Police ordered her out of the room and tried to shut the door, but she refused and pushed an officer away.
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She was extremely unco-operative and very angry, said Mr Wyman.
Gemma Greetham, mitigating, said there had been an argument between Warchol and her son. She had been drinking heavily, but it was she who initially called the police.
She was frustrated during the confrontation and pushed the officer on the spur of the moment.
Warchol was given a six-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £40 costs and a Government-imposed £15 victims' surcharge.