A WOMAN who was arrested and put in a spit hood has admitted her crimes in court.

Jodie Goble was restrained by police officers after she attacked a man in the street.

The assault included kicking a man in the head and body, a court heard.

Police were called, and Goble was seen to have “struck towards an officer’s face”.

The incident happened in front of shocked residents in County Oak Road, Hollingbury, Brighton, at 7pm on May 5.

At Brighton Magistrates’ Court, Goble, 30, admitted attacking James Danks, who suffered minor injuries.

She also admitted assaulting an emergency worker in the course of his duty.

She had taken a swing at officer Oliver Dalgleish, the court heard.

Goble, of Haig Avenue, Coldean, was ordered to pay £100 each in compensation to Mr Danks and Mr Dalgleish by District Judge Tessa Szagun.

The judge imposed a 12-week suspended prison sentence over the incident and was told by the probation service that Goble has a good chance at rehabilitation.