Police Files – 9.8.19

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Abusive Behaviour 

About 2.30pm on Tuesday July 30, on Kinloch Road, Campbeltown, a 40-year-old man was arrested for allegedly behaving in an abusive manner. The man was charged with the offence and released to appear at court at a later date.

Vandalism 

About 5pm on Wednesday July 31, outside a property in Shore Street, Campbeltown, a close door was marked with graffiti. Police are investigating the incident and are appealing for any witnesses.

Drunk Driver

About 10pm on Wednesday July 31, on Main Street, Campbeltown, a car was stopped and the driver, a 71-year-old man was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol. The man was charged with the offence and released to appear at court on a later date.

Vandalism 

Between midnight on Friday August 2 and 9am on Saturday August 3, on Glengyle Road, Campbeltown, a white Ford Transit was damaged by having the driver’s window smashed. Police are investigating the incident.

No MOT

About 8.15pm on Sunday August 4, on Longrow, Campbeltown, police stopped a car as the driver, a man, 25, was driving while using a mobile phone. The car was also found to have an expired MOT. The man was charged with the offences and issued with a £200 fixed penalty ticket with six penalty points in relation to the mobile phone offence and a £100 fixed penalty ticket was issued in relation to the MOT offence.

ISLAY

Fail to stop and report RTC

Between 12.30pm and 8.15pm on Wednesday July 10, at the Port Askaig ferry terminal, Islay, a blue Renault Kaptur had the rear passenger side door damaged by another vehicle which failed to stop and report the collision. Police are investigating the incident and are appealing for any witnesses.

If anyone has any information about these or incident they can contact Campbeltown Police on 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.