A WOMAN who broke an anti-social behaviour order last year in Bellsmyre has been given four months to behave.

Paige Foster, of Penniecroft Avenue, previously pleaded guilty to having a "gathering" on March 2, 2019 and causing a disturbance to neighbours, breaking the ASBO imposed in November 2018 at Dumbarton Sheriff Court.

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At the court on Friday, Foster, 21, was said to be keen to maintain her tenancy and hoped to attend college.

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Sheriff Lindsey Kooner said: "It does appear you have reflected on the fact that your tenancy, which you value, could be jeopardised.

"I hope you take the opportunity to be of good behaviour."

Foster was ordered to return to court on December 6 to check her progress.