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Six months’ curfew for Fort man

A FORT William man has had his liberty restricted after a sheriff ordered him to remain in his home between 7pm and 7am for the next six months.

Malcolm Watson, of Lochaber Road, appeared at the town’s sheriff court before Sheriff Eilidh MacDonald for sentencing after previously pleading guilty to five charges.

These were that, on March 31 this year in a street in Fort William, he had behaved in a threatening or abusive manner likely to place someone in a state of fear or alarm by shouting threats of violence through someone’s letterbox and gesturing in an abusive manner; breaking a kitchen window in the same property with a stone and then breaking a living room window with a brick.

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