A 24-year-old Albany mother abused police officers who seized her speaker in the early hours of the morning after a noise complaint. Kirralee Jennifer Jane Woods appeared in Albany Magistrate’s Court last Thursday pleading guilty to disorderly behaviour in public and obstructing police officers. The court was told the single mother of two obstructed a male police officer out the front of her Lockyer home about 1.30am on February 21, after an argument broke out about a noise complaint. “Police attended the accused’s home after a noise complaint where they spoke to her about loud music,” prosecutor Sergeant Dave Loverock said. “The accused was told to turn the music down otherwise police would seize the speaker.” Woods complied with the order and officers left the property. However, shortly after police left, the music was turned up again, Sgt Loverock said. Officers returned to the home and seized the speaker. Woods initially tried to stop them, then told them to “get the f... out” and “f... off”. She was arrested for disorderly behaviour out the front of her house, where she failed to comply with police when they tried to put her in their vehicle. The court was told that on the day of the offences, Woods was having a party and drinking spirits with her friends. Woods told her lawyer she was “getting ready for bed when someone else turned the music up”. Magistrate Dianne Scaddan fined Woods $900.