Man had un­capped sy­ringes on him

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

A Cam­bus­lang man has pleaded guilty to hav­ing un­capped hy­po­der­mic sy­ringes in his pos­ses­sion when searched.

Richard McGhee (30), of Hen­der­son Av­enue, there­fore put a po­lice of­fi­cer in dan­ger of in­jury or in­fec­tion.

The of­fence took place on May 30, 2014.

He also pleaded guilty to hav­ing a con­trolled drug, di­amor­phine, in his pos­ses­sion at Cath­cart po­lice of­fice on the same date.

McGhee also ad­mit­ted steal­ing a mobile phone from Shelly McLean in West­burn Road, Cam­bus­lang, on June 12, 2014.

But this week at Glas­gow Sher­iff Court he de­nied drink­ing from a can of beer in Mill Street, Ruther­glen, on May 30, 2014.

He fur ther de­nied con­duct­ing him­self in a dis­or­derly man­ner, fol­low­ing Shelly McLean and Pe­ter Shields, shout­ing and swear­ing at them and com­mit­ing a breach of the peace.

The al­leged of­fence took place in West­burn Road, Cam­bus­lang, on June 12, 2014.

McGhee also pled not guilty to com­mit­ting a breach of the peace in New­ton Av­enue, Cam­bus­lang, on the same date.

This week at Glas­gow Sher­iff Court his not guilty pleas were ac­cepted by the crown.

Sen­tence was de­ferred un­til Novem­ber 9 on the guilty charges.

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