A ROSYTH woman smashed windows and struck a man on the head during a disturbance.

Cheryl Campbell, 38, of Selvage Street, appeared for sentencing at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

She previously admitted that on May 23, at Mitchell Walk, Rosyth, she behaved in a threatening or abusive manner, acted aggressively, shouted, swore, kicked a door repeatedly, attempted to force entry to the house and struck the complainer on his head.

She also admitted that in the common stairwell of the same block, she kicked two windows, causing them to break.

Depute fiscal Jill Curry said the incident took place at 2am. Campbell was heard kicking at the door and the complainer opened it.

She said she was looking for another person and pushed her way inside before punching the complainer on the face.

He managed to get her out of his home then looked through the spy-hole to see Campbell covered in blood with the person she had been looking for, the court heard.

Campbell smashed two windows during the commotion.

When apprehended by police she said: “I got chucked through the window.”

Sheriff Alastair Brown imposed a £200 fine.