A Denmark woman who kicked a police officer in the face, smashing his glasses, has been granted a bail amendment allowing her to enter a local pub to play social darts. Denmark Sen. Sgt Matt Hartfield said officers arrested Nikita Lee Woods, 32, on February 15 after being called to a fight between men outside Denmark Tavern about 11pm. The officers attending the original call-out were approached by an intoxicated Woods. Because of her behaviour and intoxication, the officers tried to remove her from the premises, but she was not co-operative, according to Sen. Sgt Hartfield. “She started resisting the police until she was handcuffed and put in a police car to be taken to the Denmark police station,” Sen. Sgt Hartfield said. “While in the rear of the police car, she lashed out and kicked one of the police officers in the face, breaking his glasses and causing some minor injuries to his face.” In Albany Magistrate’s Court last Thursday, Woods pleaded guilty to disorderly behaviour in public, obstructing a public officer, and assaulting a public officer. After entering her guilty pleas, she made an application to amend the bail conditions that stopped her entering licenced premises. The application was submitted in an effort to allow her to continue playing weekly social darts at the Denmark Hotel. The magistrate accepted the request, making an exception to Woods’ licensed premises ban for five hours between 7pm and midnight on three separate dates in March. Woods will only be allowed to enter Denmark Hotel during those hours. She is still prohibited from drinking alcohol and will have to provide breath samples for analysis when requested by police. In 2009, the State Government introduced mandatory sentencing laws for assaulting public officers, which carried a minimum six-month prison term for anyone convicted of causing bodily harm. Woods is due to reappear in court on April 2.