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Woman had to be restrained by officers

keep safeA WOMAN from Haverfordwest appeared in front of the town’s magistrates on Tuesday to face a charge of being drunk and disorderly.

Sian Anita Davies, aged 46, of Princes Royal Way, pleaded guilty to disorderly behaviour while drunk in Castle Square on December 2.

Prosecuting, Ellie Morgan said: “Just before 11.30pm officers attention was drawn to an altercation. A female was outside a door to a public house stopping people getting in. Officers approached Davies and asked her to move, to which she replied “**** off ”.

She smelt strongly of alcohol and said to the officers “You won’t ****** arrest me you ****”.

“She tried to resist the officers and had to be restrained on the floor to stop her assaulting a police officer”.

Defence solicitor, James Subbiani said: “Davies had pleaded guilty at the earliest opportunity. She was fully compliant”.

Magistrates fined Davies a total of £145 to be added on to her existing fines.