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Patient brandished brick after appointment anger – Dunfermline Press

17. August 2017

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Patient brandished brick after appointment anger Dunfermline Press A MAN who brandished a brick outside a Dunfermline hospital after doctors refused to see him when he turned up three hours early for an appointment was placed on a restriction of liberty order this week. Jonathon Reid, 48, of Headwell Avenue, was angry ..

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Dumbarton bail breach man put behind bars – The Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter

17. August 2017

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Dumbarton bail breach man put behind bars The Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter A MAN who flouted a court order by going to see his ex-partner when he was banned from doing so has been jailed after a sheriff said he had “reached the end of the line”. David Gordon was seen in the company of the woman in Meadowbank Street and ...

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What’s On & Listings – Falkirk Herald

17. August 2017

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What's On & Listings Falkirk Herald It's fun to sneak into a bears' home and mess with their stuff, but in reality Goldilocks would be looking at a 12-month supervised community payback order. 3

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Monklands man given 150 hours unpaid work for domestically aggravated incident – Scottish Daily Record

16. August 2017

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Scottish Daily Record Monklands man given 150 hours unpaid work for domestically aggravated incident Scottish Daily Record “I will impose a community payback order with 150 hours' unpaid work, which I have reduced from 175 hours because of your plea, and you will have nine months to complete it.

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Rangers fan jailed for posting bullet-riddled image of Neil Lennon back in court – Barrhead News

16. August 2017

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Barrhead News Rangers fan jailed for posting bullet-riddled image of Neil Lennon back in court Barrhead News Fantasist Craig, who also hijacked memorials for the Glasgow bin lorry crash, Clutha disaster victims and tragic student Karen Buckley, was placed on a Community Payback Order, requiring him to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work, for breaching the ... and more »

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Woman, 31, took hammer to Dundee street after hearing partner had been in a fight – Evening Telegraph

16. August 2017

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Evening Telegraph Woman, 31, took hammer to Dundee street after hearing partner had been in a fight Evening Telegraph Sheriff Alastair Carmichael imposed a community payback order on Ward. He said: “This is certainly a depressing picture.” He added that the punishment was the only alternative to a custodial sentence. An agent acting on behalf of Ward told the court ...

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Watch the BTCC action at Knockhill – Scottish Daily Record

15. August 2017

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Scottish Daily Record Watch the BTCC action at Knockhill Scottish Daily Record There were plenty of thrills and spills at the British Touring Car Championship meeting at Knockhill last weekend, as you can see from our John Stewart and Eddie Kelly video galleries. Meanwhile, Scots team Ecurie Ecosse enjoyed winning the first-ever ...

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‘They could have been killed’ Lamppost comes crashing down on family’s van in Glasgow street – Scottish Daily Record

15. August 2017

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Scottish Daily Record 'They could have been killed' Lamppost comes crashing down on family's van in Glasgow street Scottish Daily Record Colin Gibson was ordered to carry out the maximum 300 hours of unpaid work allowed under a community payback order · UK & WorldMissing student, 25, found alive after 1 MONTH in the wilderness eating just berries and wild mushrooms · Lisa Theris, 25 ...

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Action taken to tackle train violence between Dumbarton and … – Scottish Daily Record

15. August 2017

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Scottish Daily Record Action taken to tackle train violence between Dumbarton and ...

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Action taken to tackle train violence between Dumbarton and Helensburgh – Scottish Daily Record

15. August 2017

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Scottish Daily Record Action taken to tackle train violence between Dumbarton and Helensburgh Scottish Daily Record A crunch meeting held today (Tuesday) saw groups unite to condemn the disorder and consider ways to curb the trouble. Share. ByLorraine Weir

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