A mother who fractured a police officer's with a headbutt while she was drunk has been spared jail.
Stacey Henderson, 23, from East Rainton, Sunderland, had been 'drinking for three days' before she carried out the 'vile' attack that left the officer's nose permanently disfigured.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Newcastle Crown Court heard police had gone to Henderson's home in the early hours of August 24 last year to arrest her ex-boyfriend.
Stacey Henderson, 23, from East Rainton, Sunderland, pictured outside Newcastle Crown Court today, had been 'drinking for three days' before she carried out the 'vile' attack that left the officer's nose permanently disfigured
Prosecutor Rachael Glover told the court Henderson put out a struggle and when officers tried to arrest her she lashed out at a female police constable, who was in the firearms support unit.
Miss Glover told the court: 'She turned towards the PC and headbutted her. The PC tried to move her head but she wasn't quick enough, the defendant's actions were quicker and it connected with her nose with such force it caused immediate pain and resulted in her stepping back.'
The court heard Henderson carried on struggling when she was taken to the ground and was complaining she had 'not done anything