Woman denies catalogue of charges including resisting arrest
A Rutherglen woman has been charged with entering a property uninvited, threatening and assaulting a neighbour.
Matilda McGinley, 45, of Kirkriggs Avenue is alleged to have assaulted the female at their home on December 10, 2015.
McGinley is claimed to have behaved in a threatening or abusive manner by entering and brandishing a knife in an intimidating way.
She was also accused of assaulting a woman and standing over her with a knife while she was on the ground.
The accused is then alleged to have repeatedly banged on the front door causing damage to it.
In a further incident, McGinley was charged with acting in an aggressive manner by shouting and swearing towards police officers and then resisting and obstructing them.
Whilst at Cathcart Police office, she is claimed to have resisted, obstructed or hindered two police officers in the execution of their duty by struggling violently, lashing out with her body weight, deliberately tensing her arms and failing to support her body weight.
McGinley this week pled not guilty to the charges and an intermediate diet was set for May 10.