Raging man drove at delivery worker
supervision and 130 hours’ unpaid work in the community.
He said: “His record does him no credit in terms of losing his temper. “There are several convictions. “This is him using his car as an expression of his temper.”
Swann was previously convicted of masquerading as a police officer when he pulled a woman over in St Andrews as she drove her daughter to school in November 2012.
He pulled up alongside her car and accused her of committing five separate crimes in the space of a few minutes before pretending to call the station for backup. When they got out of their cars to discuss the incident on the pavement the woman put her hand on his forearm to calm him down as he “angrily” ranted at her.
That prompted Swann to accuse her of assaulting a police officer.
The woman then got in her car to drive to St Andrews police station — with Swann then accusing her of leaving the scene of a crime and resisting arrest.
But when real police officers caught up with Swann he said: “How could I be a policeman? I’m five foot one.”
Kelvin Swann pleaded guilty to assault. Inset: Camperdown Street.