Police Files, April 29 2022

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Failure to stop

Enquiries are ongoing after a red motorbike was allegedly seen by police in a residential area at the Esplanade, Campbeltown, doing wheel spins and driving at excessive speeds, at about 7.20pm on Monday April 18. When indicated to stop by police, the rider rode off at excessive speed and failed to stop.

Breach of bail

A 63-year-old woman allegedly breached a bail condition at 9.40pm on Monday April 18, at Glenbarr, by not coming to the door to present herself when required to do so by police. She was located and allegedly found to be in breach of a separate bail condition. She was arrested and charged for the two breaches and held in custody to appear at court.

Dangerous driving

Enquiries are ongoing after a grey Honda vehicle allegedly carried out various dangerous manoeuvres on the A83 at Bellochantuy, at about 10pm on Monday April 18, causing a bus to brake suddenly, putting all occupants at unnecessary risk.

Door vandalised

A 30-year-old woman was arrested and charged with damaging a door frame at a block of flats on Hillside Road, Campbeltown, at 4.15am on Tuesday April 19, and behaving in a threatening and abusive manner by shouting and swearing.

Abusive behaviour

A 40-year-old man was arrested and charged after a staff member at Machrie Hotel, Port Ellen, Islay, allegedly shouted, swore and issued threats of violence towards other staff members at 4.15pm on Friday April 22.

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information on the above or any incidents to phone 101 or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.