A Springburn woman brandished a golf club and shouted “I’ll murder you” at another woman.

Courtney Carrick appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court on May 30 after pleading guilty to behaving in a threatening and abusive manner by repeatedly shouting and swearing at the woman, brandishing a golf club and uttering threats of violence, and behaving in an aggressive manner.

The court heard that on December 2, 2023, the woman received a phone call from a child and as a result of this, attended Downs Street to collect them.

Whilst doing so Carrick left the close of a property and approached her shouting “What are you going to do?”

The woman did not respond and began to film.

Carrick briefly returned to the property before going into the street with a golf club.

The 26-year-old brandished it and shouted “I’ll murder you”.

The woman contacted police who traced Carrick at the property.

While under caution she stated, “Aye I went out with the golf club but I didn’t use it”.

The golf club was found in the close of the building.

Carrick was charged and made no reply.

Her lawyer told the court that her client was a first-time offender and was "at the end of her tether" at the time of the incident.

Addressing Carrick, Sheriff Patricia Pryce said: “There are difficulties surrounding what happened here.

“This is not the way to resolve it.”

Sentencing was deferred for six months for her to be of good behaviour.