A woman has been fined $800 for telling a man "You're gone" and smashing a window with a garden fork.
Kate Stone, 42, pleaded guilty in the Bendigo Magistrates' Court on Tuesday to wilful damage and using threatening words in relation to an incident in September 2016.
Stone was at a Long Gully address when she became aggressive towards a man and his family.
At one point she said to the man, "You're gone".
She got a garden fork from the garden and threw it at a laundry window, which smashed.
The house belonged to the Department of Health and Human Services and the window cost $300.
Defence lawyer Robert Davis said Stone admitted to throwing the garden fork, but did not intend to throw it at the window.
Stone is already in prison, serving a minimum 28-year jail term for the 2016 murder of her partner Darren Reid in Long Gully.
Magistrate John Bentley convicted her and fined her $800.
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