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Attacker failed to do community service

A MAN found guilty of assaulting two 14-year-old boys has been given a further year to complete more than 200 hours of unpaid work as punishment.

Reece MacIsaac, of 8 Birch Road, Caol, had pleaded guilty to assaulting two youngsters on December 2, 2014 by punching one and getting the other in a headlock. Both males were aged 14 at the time.

MacIssac, now aged 19, appeared in Fort William Sheriff Court on Tuesday where it was heard he still has 272.5 hours of a community payback order to complete.

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