Woman admits serious assault at Plymouth Crown Court
A WOMAN is to be sentenced after admitting a serious assault.
Kelly Harte, aged 30, pleaded guilty at Plymouth Crown Court to assaulting a woman causing actual bodily harm.
She attacked Donna Farrage on June 22 last year.
Harte, of Lipstone Crescent, Lipson, denied causing criminal damage and making off without payment on the same day.
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Julia Cox, for the Crown Prosecution Service, said the pleas were acceptable after Harte paid an outstanding £17 taxi fare.
Judge Paul Darlow ordered those matters should lie on file.
Jamie Phillips, aged 25, of Dorchester Avenue in Whitleigh, was jointly charged with the assault and making off without payment. He denied both offences.
Miss Cox accepted the pleas and not guilty verdicts were recorded.
Judge Darlow adjourned sentence for a probation officer to prepare a report on Harte's background.
But he said she would not be facing an immediate jail term.
Harte was bailed to return to the court on April 5.