Left wedding, crashed, hit ambo, spat on cop: police
A WOMAN accused of causing a disturbance at a wedding in Toowoomba at the weekend and then allegedly smashing into cars as she drove away has been granted bail.
Nikisha Ann Margaret Cameron, 29, appeared before Toowoomba Magistrates Court this afternoon on charges of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, public nuisance, serious assault of police, unlawful assault of a public officer, driving while under the influence of liquor and obstructing police.
She was not required to enter any pleas to the charges.
Police claim after Cameron was asked to leave the wedding reception at a Glenvale home, she had driven off, allegedly knocking two people to the ground, then reversing into a neighbouring garden bed.
She is accused of driving off into Biscay Crescent and colliding with two parked vehicles before her car was flipped onto its roof when colliding with a third car.
She is then accused of punching a female ambulance officer en route to the hospital and allegedly spitting on a police officer.
She stood quietly in the dock with bandages across her forehead and right cheek as solicitor Chris Lumme sought bail, telling the court his client disputed much of the police allegations.
Mr Lumme said his client had the care of a young child and did not oppose a police application for a disease test order.
Magistrate Graham Lee granted bail on strict conditions including Cameron residing at a Darling Heights home, having no contact with police witnesses and submit to random breath testing by police to be under the 0.05 alcohol limit.
The case was adjourned to November 14.