A SHOPLIFTER who bit a man as violence flared outside a Carlisle shop was warned by a judge she could receive a jail term.
Danielle Nicholson, 26, pleaded guilty to two offences during an appearance at the city’s crown court today (WED).
These were affray and the theft of wine, and relate to a night-time incident at a Spar store in Fusehill Street, Carlisle.
This occurred on 19th May last year when, the court heard, Nicholson accepted biting the man on his forearm after the theft occurred.
Recorder Kevin Grice adjourned the case until 16th September. Nicholson is due to be sentenced along with another woman, Tania Liddle.
Liddle, 35, previously of Heathfield Crescent, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, has previously confessed to the affray and theft charges.
Nicholson, of Chatsworth Square, Carlisle, was remanded on conditional bail by Recorder Grice.
But the judge warned her that all options, including custody, would be open at the sentencing hearing.