A Northcliffe woman has been given an intensive supervision order after pleading guilty to three common assault charges after attacking three minors. Paige Maddison Kennewell, 25, plead guilty in the Manjimup Magistrate’s Courthouse to three common assault charges following an incident last month in Northcliffe. The court heard the incident occurred on August 11, when Kennewell had confronted a group of three juveniles, two boys and a girl, while “highly intoxicated”. Court was told Kennewell punched one of the boys twice, with him suffering from swelling and redness near the eye and ear areas, before grabbing the hood of the other boy and punching him in the back of the head to cause pain and swelling. She then pushed the girl backwards and punched her throat, causing the girl to have pain around her neck. Kennewell only had a connection with the girl, while the boys were unknown to her. The duty lawyer said Kennewell claimed no recollection of the events, and had only been aware of the incident after her partner told her the next morning. He said she was “willing to address her issues with alcohol”, and claimed to have been sober since the incident. Magistrate Michelle Harries said Kennewell’s lack of recollection of the incident due to her intoxication was “really concerning” and saw her as “putting the community at risk”, due to the seriousness of the assault. Magistrate Harries ordered Kennewell to be placed under an intensive supervision order for 12 months and to complete 40 hours of community service. She said Kennewell had no prior violence charges but should she violate the order and return to court, she would most likely face prison time.