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Four months in prison for assault

SHERIFF Patrick Hughes handed down a four-month prison sentence to a man who assaulted his partner, a police officer and damaged a police van.

Scott Kevin McGurn, had pleaded guilty to repeatedly punching his partner on the head on Burnside Street, Campbeltown, on June 23 this year, assaulting an officer and damaging a police van.

Police officers on patrol had been flagged down by a member of the public who said he could hear a woman shouting. When they arrived at the scene McGurn kicked one of the officers. As he was being arrested and put into the police van he kicked out, damaging the door.

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