A Moombooldool woman has fronted Griffith Local Court after allegedly assaulting a woman in Barellan recently.
She also appeared before the court on charges of driving with a disqualified licence.
Police allege the victim and her boyfriend were at their home in Barellan when the accused came to their door some time after 9pm.
It is alleged the accused grabbed the victim’s right arm punched the left side of her face.
After being shut outside, the accused allegedly smashed the porch sensor light and nine windows with a grey lawn chair.
The court heard the victim then called friends to come and assist.
When others arrived, they approached the accused to speak with her through the car window.
It was then reported that the argument became heated, at which point the accused was pulled into the vehicle where a struggle ensued.
When police arrived on the scene, the victims declined the assistance of local paramedics.
The accused presented herself to Narrandera Police station on June 18, 2017 and has since been formally charged.
After failing to appear in court in accordance with bail conditions, two warrants were issued for her arrest.
She presented herself at Griffith Police station on October 19 and subsequently arrested.
She faces a charge of assault occasioning bodily harm, two counts of common assault and one charge of destroying or damaging property and a charge of driving while disqualified.
In her initial interview with police, the woman allegedly admitted to fighting the second victim after the confrontation in the car and to smashing a single window, but denied all other allegations.
The accused was placed on a nine months good behaviour bond for the driving charge. The case has been adjourned until November 24 where she will appear before Narrandera Local Court.
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