A Ballymena woman has pleaded guilty to possessing drugs including heroin and Mirtazapine and stealing beauty products worth over £460 from Superdrug and Boots.
Ramona Lousie McFall (39), whose address was listed as Shanlieve but who is now living in Henry Street, also took nappies worth £6 from Boots.
The offences were committed in August this year.
The defendant appeared at Ballymena Magistrates Court on October 11.
The defendant is further accused of eight other charges of theft in September.
She allegedly took bedding worth £25; curtains worth £54 and perfume worth £22 from B&M Bargains; Cosmetics worth £4 from The Range; Meat of an unknown value from Spar on September 1 and meat worth £84 from Spar on September 4; meat and household products worth £61 from Spar and household products worth £71 from Spar.
A prosecutor said a file in that case has not yet been received.
The defendant is further accused of driving whilst disqualified and being uninsured in a Renault Clio at Dunclug Park in Ballymena in June.
The cases were adjourned to the end of October.