Jail for repeat call offender

A Batemans Bay woman convicted of making vexatious emergency calls to 000 to complain about a fast food outlet and police, including a threat to blow up a police station, has been jailed for at least three months after breaching numerous court bonds by committing new but unrelated offences.Susannah Scheuelle, 45, also known as Stark, pleaded guilty to high-range drink driving on May 13, offensive behaviour at Batemans Bay police station on April 3, possession of cannabis leaf, and resisting a police officer.She appeared before Batemans Bay Local Court from jail on video/audio link.Defence lawyer Peter Ryan said sentencing her was a difficult matter and that her offences all involved alcohol.He said Ms Scheuelle had been in custody since May 13 and that she now realised the repercussions of her drinking after a relapse.Mr Ryan said it was her second drink driving offence in five years and at the time Ms Scheuelle was subject to good behaviour bonds for the prior offences.Magistrate David Degnan revoked all bonds, including those imposed for intimidation and making vexatious phone calls to triple-0 in November 2010 when she was charged under the name Stark.Instead, he imposed a jail sentence of three months immediately suspended for two years on condition that she is of good behaviour and complies with supervised parole.For the most recent offences, Ms Scheuelle received a fixed jail term of three months, which included two months’ jail for high-range drink driving on Batehaven Road.When police stopped her Hyundai at 10.15pm on May 13, Ms Scheuelle had a blood/alcohol reading of 0.154, more than three times the legal limit.For resisting a police officer on May 13 when she attempted to kick an officer who was arresting her for drink driving, Ms Scheuelle received 12 months’ jail with a non-parole of two months.Ms Scheuelle will be released from jail on August 12 but remain under the supervision of Parole Services.She is disqualified from driving for five years.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.