A MUM-of-four caused nearly £1,000 worth of damage after keying a car she thought had parked too close to hers.
Sarah Webb was shopping with her kids when she returned to find Trevor Breed’s brand new Dacia Logan next to her own.
After putting her shopping in the boot, the 45-year-old dragged her keys along his vehicle in front of her children.
She drove off following the April 2022 incident at Prospect Place, in Dartford, Kent.
Medway Magistrates’ Court heard Webb was identified from CCTV.
Despite initially denying the allegation, Webb pleaded guilty the day before her trial.
Prosecutor Emily Wyles said Mr Breed’s Dacia Logan was the first car he had ever bought.
She added: “He just parked his car, had done nothing wrong.”
It is unclear why Webb keyed the car.
The mum-of-four was sentenced to an 18-month conditional discharge.
She must also repay Mr Breed £975 compensation as well as £300 court costs and a victim surcharge of £26.