It was also claimed she hurled a string of disgusting obscenities at police and called them 'dogs, f***ing r*****s' during her arrest.
Johnson eventually plead guilty to five counts of stealing, receiving tainted property and two counts of unlawlful use of a motor vehicle.
She also plead guilty to other charges included obstructing police at a licensed premises, fraud, assault and failing to take care/precautions with a needle/syringe.
Speaking to the troubled young mum, who was on parole at the time of her offending, Magistrate Donna MacCallum said: 'You need to keep out of trouble, find a path.
'It is not good for the children that their mother is in Prison. Or that they are given the idea it is OK to do that [steal].'
She was convicted and sentenced to six months in jail, with her jail term being suspended for 18 months.
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