A Cambuslang teenager who shouted and swore at an address in the town, placed a knife in the waistband of his trousers.
Barry Glancy, 18, of Lightburn Road, Halfway, admitted to the offences on November 5 at Welfare Avenue and will be sentenced on Friday, May 15. The next meeting of the Rutherglen and Cambuslang Business Network will take place at the Burnside Hotel on Friday, May 19.
Doors will open at 9am with the meeting scheduled to last until noon.
Network organiser and local insurance broker, Colin Halliday, took over the running of the network from PTS Clean’s Gary Hosie last year.
He said: “We had over 40 people at the last meeting and the buzz in the room was fantastic.
“It’s a great opportunity to make new connections with people from the local area and further afield.
“Networking is one of the most effective ways of marketing your business or organisation and our open networking meetings allow you to do exactly that.
“And with local politicians also in attendance, any issues pertinent to your business can be discussed with them.”
Thanks to the support of network sponsor, Clyde Gateway, the event is free to attend and includes a complimentary hot roll and drink on arrival.
To reserve a place go towww.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ rutherglen- cambuslangbusiness-networktickets- 33338352911 or simply turn up on the day.