This article was published on September 8, 2013 and information contained within may now be out of date.
A teenage girl admitted two charges of disorderly behaviour in Spilsby, when she appeared at Skegness Magistrates’ Court.
Tamara Bache, 19, of no fixed address, was said on July 15 to have gone into a mobile police station in Market Place, Spilsby and start interfering with the knobs on radio equipment, stabbing at the buttons.
When she was told by the Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) to stop, she told them they couldn’t stop her and then started flicking the light switches on and off and frequently told the officers to ‘**** off’.
On July 25, just a day after she was given an 18 month community order by magistrates for a racially aggravated offence, she started shouting abuse at the driver of a Call Connect mini bus at a bus stop in High Street, Spilsby.
Although the driver shut the window and locked the doors, Bache came up to the door and was staring at her and then came up with a larger group and started banging the bonnet and kicking the side of the bus, which alarmed the driver, the magistrates were told.
Mitigating, Gordon Holt said it had been a shouted exchange of words about the manner of driving by the bus driver, but admitted that Bache’s behaviour fell below what was acceptable.
“She is immature and has had poor emotional control,” said Mr Holt. “But she now lives with her boyfriend and his parents in Lincoln and is trying to be more mature and forward looking.”
The magistrates imposed an 18 month conditional discharge to run alongside the community order she is already serving and ordered her to pay a £15 victim surcharge.