A WOMAN who behaved aggressively at Lerwick Sheriff Court before damaging one of the building’s doors returned to the scene of the crime on Wednesday.
Laura Nelson, of 17 Undirhoull, Scalloway, admitted breaching the peace and reckless damage at Lerwick’s County Buildings on 10 February this year.
The 28 year old also pled guilty to kicking a police officer on the body in Lerwick’s Pitt Lane, punching an officer on the head at Lerwick police station where she also did shout, swear and utter threats all on 22 June last year.
Sentence was deferred for both cases until 13 April to allow reports to be prepared.
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