Boozed-up sheffield woman 'kicked police officer after arrest'

A boozed-up woman who kicked a police officer has had her case further adjourned for sentencing.

Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 11:45 am
Updated Thursday, 13th February 2020, 2:08 pm

Sheffield Magistrates' Court heard on January 31 how Nadine Kelbie, aged 23, of High Hazels Close, Handsworth, kicked the officer after she had been arrested when police were investigating an alleged disorder matter at Greenland Court, Greenland.

Robert Coyne, prosecuting, told a previous hearing police turned-up following an allegation of disorder and after arresting Kelbie she lashed-out.

Mr Coyne said as Kelbie was led away she kicked an officer on his right leg.

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Pictured is Sheffield Magistrates' Court.

No further action was taken on the disorder allegation, according to Mr Coyne.

Kelbie pleaded guilty to assault by beating after the attack on December 2.

Janice Young, defending, said Kelbie is remorseful and had been drinking heavily.

She added Kelbie is suffering with mental health issues.

Magistrates originally adjourned the case until January 31 but it has been further adjourned until March 17.