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Sheriff hands out community and anti-harassment orders

‘THIS is a man who needs support to deal with a new situation at a late stage of his life’, said a sheriff as he handed out community service and an anti-harassment order to a 66-year-old man following the breakdown of his marriage.

Sheriff William Taylor made the statement to Keith MacDonald after he behaved in a threatening manner towards his estranged partner, and repeatedly broke bail conditions to stay away from her.

Last Thursday, in Fort William Sheriff Court, Fiscal Martine Eastwood said the incident, which occurred on November 3 last year, had happened following a family funeral that MacDonald had not attended.

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