Woman to be sentenced in June

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A Campbeltown woman will be sentenced in June following an altercation with her partner.

Jodie McGeachy, aged 29, admitted acting aggressively towards him, repeatedly shouting and swearing and uttering offensive remarks, when she appeared before the town’s sheriff court on Wednesday last week.

The incident happened at their home in the town on January 19 this year.

Procurator fiscal David Glancy said the situation arose after a Sunday lunch and socialising with family members.

‘There was some sort of discussion about an incident that took place within the extended family at Christmas,’ he said.

‘The comments made were not the views that she holds,’ said McGeachy’s defence agent.

Sheriff Patrick Hughes said he would continue the case until the June sitting of the court.