A WOMAN who hurled abuse at a another woman has been placed on a good behaviour bond.
Victoria Lee Arnott, 36, of Prune Street, Lavington, appeared in Albury Local Court after previously pleading guilty to charges of intimidation and using offensive language.
Her co-accused, Tony Craig White, 38, was also due in court but failed to appear and an arrest warrant was issued.
The court had previously been told Arnott and White drove past the victim about 10.50am on March 18, last year.
The woman was in her front yard, saying goodbye to her daughter and grandchild.
White leaned out the window calling the woman “a slag and a dog”, then Arnott drove to a roundabout, came back, told the woman she was a dog and raised her middle finger at her.
Fearing the pair might follow her daughter, the woman got in her car.
But Arnott jumped in front, got inside, pulling at the steering wheel and gear lever.
White began hitting the car with a tyre lever before smashing a window.
The victim panicked and in trying to get away, hit Arnott’s vehicle.
Arnott was convicted and put on a 12-month good behaviour bond.