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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 10th February 2017 > Punch at fast-food counter results in prison

Punch at fast-food counter results in prison

A SINGLE punch thrown in a Campbeltown chip shop resulted in eight months in prison. Sheriff Ruth Anderson QC did not accept William Dott’s special defence of self-defence when she found him guilty of a charge of assault following a trial on Wednesday.

Dott, 28, of 26B Burnside Street, Campbeltown, had pleaded not guilty to the offence, which occurred in the early hours of January 7 in The Crew chip shop on Longrow.

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