BEING armed with a 25cm knife and threatening a neighbour with it were two of the charges to which Wagga woman Linda Elsie Walsh has pleaded guilty.
The 34-year-old appeared in Wagga Local Court on Tuesday when she made admissions being armed with intention to commit an indictable offence and intimidate with intention to cause harm.
Court documents state that in November last year, she had an argument with her neighbour about drugs before she pulled out the knife to threaten the victim.
She pointed it at the victim, swore and said "come on, go me" before the victim and neighbours called police.
A witness said she saw Walsh with the knife and pointing it towards the victim. The witness also said she heard Walsh threatening to cut the victim's throat.
Walsh also pleaded guilty to recklessly destroying property, assaulting a police officer and unlawfully obtaining goods.
All of the offences relate to four separate incidents between October 2018 and March 2019.
In March this year, she smashed a glass door at Wellways Australia in Wagga after having a heated phone conversation with one of the store's patrons.
After smashing the door, She returned a short time later to say she did not mean to destroy the door as she thought it was a push door.
However, staff called police and she left before being arrested the next day.
In October last year while she was in the custody area at Wagga Police Station, she threw a cup of coffee at a police officer.
Walsh then spat on the officer's face.
In a brief appearance in court on Tuesday, Magistrate Christopher Halburd ordered a sentencing assessment report and set her sentencing for November 19.