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About 12.30pm on Monday November 30, in Burnbank Street, Campbeltown, a man, 51, allegedly behaved in an abusive manner. He was later traced, charged and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
About 12.20am on Saturday December 5, Longrow South, Campbeltown, a 38-year-old woman behaved in an abusive manner. The woman was later traced, charged and issued with a Recorded Police Warning.
About 2.20am on Saturday December 5, in Burnside, Campbeltown, a man, 33, was
arrested for allegedly behaving in an abusive manner, damaging a car and property inside a flat. The man was charged with the offences and a report was submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
About 10.15pm on Saturday December 5, on the A83 near Muasdale, a car was stopped
and searched by police and two men, one aged 31 and one aged 28, were allegedly found to be in possession of cannabis. The men were charged and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
About 7.45pm on Sunday December 6, in Main Street, Campbeltown (near to Mckellars
newsagents), the driver of a black car allegedly assaulted a man by spitting at him. Police are investigating the incident.
Between 9am on Tuesday December 1 and 3pm on Wednesday December 2, a
wooden gate on the path that leads from Kilnaughton Churchyard to Singing Sands on Islay, was smashed and knocked off its hinges. Police are investigating.
About 1.30pm on Friday December 4, on the Isle of Gigha, a man, 43, allegedly behaved in an abusive manner. Police attended and the man was traced and arrested. The man was also allegedly found in possession of a small amount of cannabis. The man was taken to Lochgilphead Police Station, charged and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
Anyone with information on the above or any incident should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.