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At about 1am on Sunday September 30, in Shore Street, Campbeltown, a 28- year-old woman assaulted a man.
Police arrested and charged the woman and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
Late on last Friday night police detained two women, aged 24 and 41, in Ralston Road, Campbeltown for abusive behaviour.
Both allegedly struggled with officers in an attempt to resist arrest. The pair were charged and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
Garden trellises damaged
A garden in Lady Mary Row, Campbeltown, was entered and items overturned with two trellises damaged.
Police are investigating last Friday’s incident which occurred between 7pm and 10.30pm and are appealing for witnesses.
Plant pot damaged
A metre-long trough, which was used as a plant pot, was smashed in Glentorran Place, Dalaruan Street, Campbeltown.
The incident happened between 4pm and 8pm on Sunday September 30 and police are appealing for witnesses.
Failure to stop
A car collided with a silver Mazda in the Islay Hospital car park in Bowmore last Friday.
The driver did not stop or report the collision which happened sometime between 4pm and 8pm.
Police are investigating and appealing for witnesses.
A 22-year-old woman and 56-year-old man who attempted to pass forged bank notes in Campbeltown shops were caught by police.
The pair were arrested and charged last Sunday and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
Police received a call at 7.20pm on Monday October 1 reporting an accident involving a lorry and a car on the A83 at Glenbarr.
Ambulance staff attended and four people who were in the car were taken to hospital. They were checked but none were seriously injured.
There were no charges as a result of the crash and the lorry driver was not injured.
One of the people in the car, William McKay, who left Kintyre last Saturday, said: ‘We would like to thank police, ambulance and accident and emergency staff.
‘They were brilliant, thank you from all four of us and the dog.’