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Between Sunday January 13 and Tuesday January 31, on Kinloch Road, Campbeltown, a silver Ford Fusion car had its rear offside window smashed.
Cocaine and cannabis
A 21-year-old man was arrested and charged at 2.20pm on Tuesday February 5 after he was found to be in possession of cocaine and cannabis when a house in Davaar Avenue, Campbeltown, was searched by police.
He was held for court and at Campbeltown Sheriff Court, on Wednesday February 6, he pleaded not guilty and was released on bail.
Dog bite on bus
A 65-year-old man was traced and charged with failing to keep a dog under proper control at 11.45am on Wesnesday February 6, after a person was bitten by the animal on a bus between Campbeltown and Machrihanish.
The bodywork of a Mazda 2 car was scratched by another vehicle which failed to stop and report the incident, at Antrim View, Port Ellen, Islay, between 6.30pm and 7pm on Wednesday February 6.
A 46-year-old man was issued with a recorded police warning at 5.20pm on Saturday February 9, after he was found to have cannabis when he was stopped and searched by police in Millknowe, Campbeltown.
Following a report of a man throwing a glass against a wall in a Cross Street bar, a 46-year-old man was traced and charged with reckless conduct at 5pm on Saturday February 9.
Two women, aged 28 and 54, were arrested and charged, at 10.20pm on Saturday February 9, after report of people behaving in an abusive manner in Hillside Road, Campbeltown.
Two men, aged 26 and 44, were arrested and charged with abusive behaviour at 1.45am on Sunday February 10, in Longrow, Campbeltown, after the 26-year-old assaulted the 44-year-old.
Police are investigating the above incidents and are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to phone 101 or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.