Crime & Courts Drunk woman punched doorman in the mouth By Court reporter November 27 2018, 5.00pm Share Drunk woman punched doorman in the mouth Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/crime-courts/1619297/drunk-woman-punched-doorman-in-the-mouth/ Copy Link Inverness Castle A door steward was punched in the mouth as he and a colleague tried to throw out a 35-year-old drunk woman from licensed premises in Dingwall, a court has heard Inverness Sheriff Court was told that Kimberley Fraser, of Macdonald Road, Dornoch, grabbed the other in the groin area before police arrived on October 28. Fraser was taken from the Mallard Bar to Burnett Road Police Station but she continued to be disruptive and threatened officers and their families. Defence lawyer Neil Wilson said his client, who admitted two assault charges and one of threatening behaviour, badly needed help and has a support worker. He added that she is also due to take part in programmes in the New Year organised by social work to assist her. Sheriff Eilidh Macdonald decided to defer sentence until February 5 to ascertain how Fraser gets on.