Mum smashed car window
A WOMAN whose daughter was suffering from cancer drunkenly smashed a car window while searching for the girl’s father.
Grimsby Magistrates Court heard Elaine Kutte, 42, of Roberts Street, Grimsby, had been out to celebrate her birthday with friends and “had a few too many drinks”.
Rebecca Dalby, prosecuting, said Kutte had then gone to an address in Churchill Way, Grimsby, and demanded to see someone named Wayne.
She had clearly been drinking and is said to have fallen over on a couple of occasions after being ejected from the premises.
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The occupants of the house then heard a loud smash and went outside to discover Kutte had thrown a brick through a rear window of a Citroen Xsara. Kutte admitted causing criminal damage and immediately offered to go to a cash machine and get money to pay for smashed window.
Graham Ives, mitigating, said Kutte remembered very little of the incident, but accepted the role she had played.
He said: “With hindsight, she thinks she became quite obsessive that her daughter, 25, is quite ill with cancer and thinks she was looking for her father.It appeared he had not maintained contact with her daughter and she thinks, in hindsight, that she was looking for him.”
District Judge Andrew Pascoe imposed a 12-month conditional discharge, with £85 costs and a £15 victim’s surcharge.