Sher­iff Court case­book

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A war­rant for a To­ry­glen woman’s ar­rest has been granted af­ter she was ac­cused of racially threat­en­ing em­ploy­ees at a su­per­mar­ket.

Gil­lian Walker of Prospecthill Cir­cus, is al­leged to have be­haved in a threat­en­ing or abu­sive man­ner, which was likely to cause a rea­son­able per­son fear or alarm, at Asda To­ry­glen on Septem­ber 3, 2015.

The 18 year old is claimed to have acted ag­gres­sively, shouted, swore , shouted racial abuse, strug­gled with em­ploy­ees and threat­ened em­ploy­ees with vi­o­lence.

Walker was also charged with fail­ing to ap­pear at Glasgow Sher­iff Court for a court diet on Jan­uary 25, 2016 with­out rea­son­able ex­cuse, hav­ing been given due no­tice.

The ac­cused also failed to ap­pear at court on July 29 and a war­rant was granted.

A Cam­bus­lang man has been charged with pro­duc­ing a class B drug at his home. Scott Wil­liam An­der­son, 26 of Brae­side Place is claimed to have pro­duced cannabis on May 5 , 2015. He pled not guilty at Glasgow Sher­iff Court ear­lier this month and will re­turn for trial on Au­gust 30. A Ruther­glen man has de­nied record­ing a woman on his mobile phone and ut­ter­ing deroga­tory abuse.

James Green is al­leged to have be­haved in a threat­en­ing or abu­sive man­ner which was likely to cause a rea­son­able per­son to suf­fer fear or alarm at Tesco Stores on Stonelaw Road on Au­gust 2, 2015

The 56 year old was charged with record­ing the fe­male and ask­ing her to limp for the cam­era, made ges­tures with his hand and face and ut­tered deroga­tory abuse.

Glasgow Sher­iff Court will seek to prove that the of­fence was ag­gra­vated by prej­u­dice re­lat­ing to dis­abil­ity.

Green pled not guilty on Au­gust 1 and will reap­pear for trial on Au­gust 29.

A Ruther­glen man has pled not guilty to ut­ter­ing racial re­marks to­wards an 11-year-old boy and push­ing him on the body.

Alexan­der Mc­Don­ald of Bul­lion­slaw Drive is al­leged to have be­haved in a threat­en­ing or abu­sive man­ner at the Ruther­glen Ex­change shop­ping cen­tre on March 13, 2016.

Glasgow Sher­iff Court will seek to prove the of­fence was racially ag­gra­vated.

The 56 year old is then said to have as­saulted the boy by push­ing him on the body, caus­ing him to fall to the ground, and then throw­ing his se­cu­rity ra­dio to­wards him.

Mc­Don­ald de­nied the charges when he ap­peared be­fore court on Au­gust 3 and will re­turn for trial on Au­gust 25.

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