An unlicensed driver who drunkenly sped away from police with her seven-month-old in the back seat, then clogged a toilet with her shoe and verbally abused officers after being arrested and locked up, has been fined more than $4000. Jessica Sargison-Kennedy, 37, entered endorsed pleas of guilty to disorderly behaviour in a police lock-up, drink-driving, reckless driving, possessing cannabis and having no authority to drive because of a cancelled licence when the matter was dealt with in Manjimup Magistrates Court on December 16. Just before 2am on November 6, Sargison-Kennedy and her partner were pulled over by the police on Railway Parade just outside of Allanson, near Collie. While her partner was being questioned by police in the back of the vehicle, Sargison-Kennedy — who did not have a licence — moved from the passenger seat into the driver seat and sped away with her seven-month-old child in the car. Police then followed her for 1.5km before turning on their lights and stopping her again. She returned a blood-alcohol reading of 0.114. A search of the car revealed 39g of cannabis being found and Sargison-Kennedy told the police officer on the scene: “It is all mine.” Before being taken to Collie police station, she was asked why she tried to drive away from the scene and told police “your lights gave me anxiety”. In the station lock-up, she kicked and banged on the walls, yelled abuse and used one of her shoes to block the toilet by jamming it down the bowl. With her court appearance scheduled for December 16, Sargison-Kennedy did not show up, but instead emailed the court, saying she would only appear if a warrant was issued for her arrest. Magistrate Benjamin Tyers decided to deal with the matter in her absence, saying “it is going to be an expensive day”. Sargison-Kennedy was fined $500 for disorderly behaviour in a police lock-up, $1800 for driving while drunk, and had her license suspended for 14 months, $1000 for reckless driving, $350 for possession of cannabis and $500 for driving without a license for a total of $4150.