An Armagh woman who was disorderly in Craigavon Area Hospital must wait until next month to be sentenced.
The district judge commented that due to the “nature” of the offences committed by the 24-year-old a pre-sentence report would be required.
Zoe Flynn, of Mullacreevie Park, pleaded guilty to disorderly behaviour at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court.
The particulars outlined that the offence occurred on August 6 in Craigavon Area Hospital.
District Judge Peter Magill commented: “Due to the nature of the offence I think I am going to need a report.”
Defence barrister Conor Lunny stated that there were “mental health issues”.
District Judge Magill told the defendant: “I can’t make any promises, but it is best for you to co-operate with probation as a good report can only do you good.”
The case was adjourned until February 19 for sentencing.
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