A woman who committed a series of offences including being disorderly at Coleraine’s Causeway Hospital has had sentencing adjourned.
Nicole McBride (26), with an address listed as Foundry Court in Coleraine, appeared at the town’s Magistrates Court on September 9 where her cases were adjourned to September 23.
On October 20 last year she was disorderly at Bushmills Road in Coleraine and assaulted two females.
On December 6 last year she was disorderly at the Asda supermarket in Coleraine; had cannabis and attempted to steal goods including hair tongs, candles, hair dye, clothing and grocery items.
On New Year’s Eve she was disorderly at Coleraine’s Causeway Hospital. On the same date she also assaulted a police officer and attempted to damage the window of a police vehicle.
On January 21 this year she made a false representation by changing a bar code at Tesco in Coleraine with intention to make a gain for herself.
She was also disorderly in vicinity of Brook Street and at the Causeway Hospital on July 20 this year.
Meanwhile, she has been charged with possession of an offensive weapon – a wooden truncheon – at Anderson Park in Coleraine on June 29 this year; attempting to inflict grievous bodily harm on a male and female and making a threat to kill the female.
A prosecutor said the file in that case had still to be received in their department from police.
McBride is also accused of offences on July 21 this year including having a machete as an offensive weapon at Brook Street; assaulting a male and making a threat to kill the male and a female.