Three people have pleaded guilty to assaulting police in two separate incidents in Bendigo and Heathcote.
Leigh Creevey and Rachel Kim Donnellan were convicted of the offence in the Bendigo Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.
The court heard Creevey and Donnellan were both involved in an altercation with police at a Heathcote home in September last year.
Creevey tried to punch an officer after he was grabbed by the arm.
While Creevey was in a scuffle with the officer, Donnellan jumped on the officer's back and punched him in the head.
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Defence lawyer Robert Morgan said his clients accepted they displayed "poor emotional regulation".
He said the incident had made an impact on them both.
Magistrate Patrick Southey accepted Creevey and Donnellan took the incident seriously, and fined them $700 and $500 respectively.
Another man pleaded guilty to the same offence, as well as being drunk and disorderly, in relation to an incident at a Bendigo CBD hotel on November 1, 2017.
Police were called after the man was ejected from the hotel.
When police put the man in the back of a divisional van he kicked the door, which struck an officer and caused pain and bruising.
The man was put on a 12-month good behaviour bond with a $500 donation to the court fund.
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