A HELENSBURGH woman has been told to stay out of trouble until November after a sheriff noted her bad behaviour had “calmed down considerably”.

But Angela Jackson was warned that she’ll go to jail if she commits one more criminal offence in the next six months.

Jackson, 55, of East Princes Street, appeared at Dumbarton Sheriff Court last week for a review of her progress after she committed a string of offences over a 14-month period.

She committed four separate offences of threatening or abusive behaviour in Kilcreggan between June 2016 and March 2017.

She assaulted a constable at Clydebank police station in August of last year and repeatedly breached bail orders, an anti-social behaviour order (ASBO) and the terms of a curfew restricting her to her home for 12 hours each day.

Sheriff Maxwell Hendry told Jackson: “Compared to your previous behaviour, this is an improvement. Things seemed to have calmed down considerably.

“I will defer sentence on you for six months for you to be of good behaviour. If you revert to offending it will be prison again.”

The sheriff also admonished her on one of the offences and fined her £200 on another, ordering her to pay the fine at £10 per fortnight.

Sentence was deferred on her until November 21, when she will appear back before Sheriff Hendry. Bail was continued.