A retired businesswoman accused of sabotaging her neighbors' property by blocking local roads with dead animals and dog feces was ordered Thursday to stop her anti-social behavior.
Jeanne Wilding, 57, of Bottomley in northeast England is accused of clashing with at least 15 individuals and organizations.
Prosecutors charged her of causing extensive damage to neighbors' vehicles, beaming floodlights into a neighbor's home and tipping oil over his driveway at night.
She also deposited dead animals, rubbish, dog feces, glass and nails on the road, obstructing other homes and communal spaces, according to The Associated Press.
In all, Wilding is accused of more than 250 alleged incidences in less than 16 months.
Deputy District Judge Sandra Keen, at Halifax Magistrates' Court, granted Calderdale Council's application to give Wilding an anti-social behavior order, or ASBO.
Under the ASBO, Wilding is banned from damaging property, from entering domestic properties without the owners' consent and from spreading trash anywhere outside her property.
In addition to paying 75,000 pounds ($135,000) toward the council's costs, Wilding is also banned from playing loud music and from maintaining or installing lighting or closed-circuit TV equipment that covers anywhere outside the boundary of her property.