A woman who was arrested for domestic violence offences against her mother, and caught driving while disqualified twice, has been sentenced in Orange Local Court.
According to police, the 25-year-old woman, who is not named to protect the victim, contacted her mother about 7.30pm on July 22, asking for money but her mother refused to transfer it.
The daughter then drove to her mother's house and started banging on the front screen door before sending text messages demanding cigarettes and threatening to slash the tyres on her mother's car.
Out of fear, the mother transferred $40 to her daughter's account but her daughter refused to leave and she damaged a sliding screen door and she kicked and smashed a sliding glass door.
The daughter was given two 12-month intensive correction orders, which are community-based custodial sentences, for contravening the AVO and intimidating her mother.
She was also given an 18-month community correction order for smashing the glass door and damaging the mesh on the screen door.
The daughter was also caught driving while disqualified twice on July 25 for which she was given two 12-month community correction orders and 12-month driving disqualifications.
She was also given an 18-month community correction order and 12-month driving disqualification for driving while disqualified on Bletchington Street on July 18.
Magistrate David Day said the daughter was in custody until the middle of May next year and had mental health issues and a problem with drugs.
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