A teenager had a knife and assaulted a woman during a spree of offences, a court heard.
Jasmine Cochran, aged 19, appeared at Plymouth Crown Court for sentence for a string of crimes on the same day.
She had earlier admitted assaulting Jessie-May Turpin by beating on August 27 last year.
Cochran, of Mildmay Street, Greenbank, also pleaded guilty to having a knife in Tram Walk, Hooe.
The teenager also admitted threatening violence to gain entry to an address in that street and causing criminal damage to a front door.
The cost of putting right the damage is put at £300 by landlords Sovereign Housing.
Cochran was handed a six-month custodial sentence by city magistrates in September for a string of earlier attacks on women.
Her barrister Ali Rafati said: “She seems to have done some good work since her release