A TILLICOULTRY woman has been warned she could be facing jail for a catalogue of offending.

Melissa Jones went into a stranger's home then smashed her window and attacked her.

The 30-year-old, of Stalker Avenue, appeared in the dock at Alloa Sheriff Court on Thursday, December 23.

She previously admitted that on October 2, 2018, at Hamilton Street, Tillicoultry, she struck a window with a bottle and broke it.

She also assaulted a woman by punching her on the head and body. She then assaulted a man by punching him on the head.

Jones had been put on a community payback order for these offences but breached it and was in court to be re-sentenced for that and a newer matter.

She also admitted that on October 5, last year, she attempted to strike a police officer with a glass bottle.

She shouted, swore and acted in an aggressive manner.

Then at Forth Valley Hospital. Larbert, she shouted, swore, made threats of violence and acted aggressively.

Depute fiscal Rachel Wallace said the earlier incident had seen Jones go into the home of a complete stranger.

When challenged by the woman who lived there Jones said, "Sorry wrong house" and left.

However, shortly afterwards she returned and smashed a window. When the woman went outside to see what was going on she was attacked by Jones.

In the more recent incident, Jones swore at police officers then collapsed with a seizure and was taken to hospital where she continued her disruptive behaviour.

Defence solicitor Kelly Howe had a "traumatic past" and started taking drugs as a result.

She admitted her client had a "pretty hopeless" record of engaging with previous community-based orders.

Sheriff Neil Bowie said he was considering a custodial sentence.

However, he deferred sentence until 10th February for a restriction of liberty assessment.