Public nuisance worthy of a ticket

MAGISTRATE Maxine Baldwin said she couldn’t wait until committing a public nuisance was a ticket-able offence, when Cody Ann Rae Davies, 19, appeared in court this week.

Davies was placed on a bond to be of good behaviour for four months. The court heard that on May 25, police were called to Memorial Park at 11.30pm because Davies wouldn’t stop screaming out about her personal issues.

Davies, of Alma Street said she had been drinking at the pub and was overcome with emotion on her way home.

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