Thug is back in the dock

Paisley Daily Express - - Lost The Plot When Wife Asked Him For A Divorce -

A man who armed him­self with a weapon in a pub and threat­ened vi­o­lence in the street has been given ex­tra time to carry out un­paid work.

Thomas Mowles, of Craig­head Way, in Bar­rhead equipped him­self with a screw­driver at Ru­mours Bar, in Cross Arthurlie Street, on May 21, 2016.

Mowles who made deroga­tory re­marks and threat­ened vi­o­lence, pleaded guilty to two charges last March.

He was placed on a year­long Com­mu­nity Pay­back Or­der (CPO), re­quir­ing him to carry out 240 hours’ un­paid work.

But he did not com­plete the hours in time as he was jailed for an­other mat­ter.

He was back in the dock in con­nec­tion with the case at Pais­ley Sher­iff Court yes­ter­day.

Mowles was given an­other four months in which to com­plete the un­paid work.

Sher­iff Seith Ire­land said: “I’m go­ing to give you an op­por­tu­nity to do it, you seem will­ing to do it.”

But he warned Mowles, 25, he could still be jailed for the of­fences if he breaches the CPO.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.