Call liar must be­have

Ayrshire Post - - NEWS -

A pest who ad­mit­ted mak­ing re­peated nui­sance calls to emer­gency ser­vices has been or­dered to be of good be­hav­iour.

Allan Brown, 26, ad­mit­ted two charges of mak­ing nui­sance calls, one charge of wast­ing po­lice time with a bo­gus as­sault claim and another charge of be­hav­ing in a threat­en­ing man­ner when he ap­peared at Ayr Sher­iff Court last week.

Brown, of New Road in Ayr, told work­ers at po­lice and am­bu­lance con­trol cen­tres that he planned to com­mit sui­cide and was suf­fer­ing chest pains – de­spite know­ing both to be false.

He also ad­mit­ted ut­ter­ing threats of vi­o­lence to­wards Jor­dan Brown, a Health­care As­sis­tant at Ayr Clinic, and bran­dish­ing a cur­tain rail.

Sher­iff Mhairi Mac­tag­gart de­ferred sen­tence for Brown to be of good be­hav­iour for the next six months.

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