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Street 'catfight' in front of kids.

TWO mums had a "catfight" about a man in front of children in broad daylight, and on Old Colwyn's main street.

Joanne Dawe, 21, clawed Jade Evans's face with her nails and tried to bite her arm during the rumpus which started after the defendant pulled up in Abergele Road in a car, magistrates at Llandudno were told.

Prosecutor Rhian Jackson said there was a history of problems with Dawe and she had a caution for threatening to kill the victim.

Miss Evans landed a "pre-emptive" blow to Dawe's face at the start of the trouble on June 18.

Dawe, of Pen y Bryn, Old Colwyn, who gets income support, admitted common assault. She was conditionally discharged for a year and has to pay pounds 85 costs.

Donald Roberts, defending, said during the rumpus at Old Colwyn the victim dragged Dawe to the ground by the hair. "It seems to have been a bit of a catfight against the background you have heard," Mr Roberts told the magistrates.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 26, 2012
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