KYLIE Ann Moore walked out of Rockhampton Magistrate's Court laughing despite a warning having six children may not keep her out of jail if she kept offending.
Magistrate Barry Cosgrove had just convicted her of receiving tainted property and being a public nuisance.
Police tracked a stolen Mitsubishi Triton, with a trailer attached and a GPS device installed, to Ms Moore's Norman Gardens home on March 17 this year.
Ms Moore denied any knowledge of the vehicle and declined to be interviewed by police.
Police prosecutor Karen Dunham told the court police had no knowledge of how the Triton had come into Ms Moore's possession.
Almost three weeks later police were again called to a Norman Gardens address where Ms Moore was involved in a heated argument with residents.
A man had tried to restrain her but she continued to shout and swear at the occupants of the house and police.
Numerous elderly people and children were within hearing distance of the incident and Ms Moore was arrested and taken to the watch-house.
She was yesterday fined a total of $1400 with all convictions recorded.
"If you continue like this you can expect to spend time in prison," the magistrate said.
"Your kids won't keep you out of jail," Mr Cosgrove said.