A CONCERNED woman whose mother had collapsed during a night out attacked three police officers.
At Wrexham Magistrates Court, Kirsty Mair Brimfield of Foresters Terrace, Ruabon, admitted three charges of assault.
The incident happened at South Central in Town Hill, Wrexham, on August 24.
The court was told the injuries sustained by the police officers included grazing, bruising and redness of the skin as a result of the attack by Brimfield.
Matthew Ellis, prosecuting, said Brimfield’s mother collapsed at South Central.
The defendant was screaming, which the officers heard and went to investigate.
An ambulance was called, a paramedic arrived and attended to the patient.
Brimfield, 22, who had consumed about 10 drinks, became increasingly concerned about her mother and was starting to get in the way.
She was asked to move back but became aggressive, which resulted in her lashing out.
Melissa Griffiths, defending said Brimfield’s mother had been fighting cancer for a number of years. At the time of the incident she was awaiting a biopsy.
Miss Griffiths said Brimfield and her mother had a close relationship.
“She was very upset and is completely ashamed of her actions,” said Miss Griffiths, who stressed her client had shown genuine remorse.
Brimfield was given a 12-month community order with a requirement for 120 hours of unpaid work and a specified activity of completing an alcohol work book.
In addition she was ordered to pay £75 to each police officer, £85 costs and a £60 surcharge.