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OAP’s trial is adjourned

A RETIRED police officer has denied six charges, including swinging a chainsaw with its engine running while staring at neighbours, uttering threats and shouting offensive remarks, and staring at the head teacher of the village primary school in an intimidating manner, which all allegedly took place after a family falling-out.

Thomas Allan Kirsop, 76, of Brudair, North Ballachulish, also denies engaging in conduct which caused a husband and wife fear and alarm by following the wife’s car, pulling alongside; banging into her at the village primary school; sending an anonymous letter containing a newspaper clipping; placing signs with an offensive slogan on a boundary fence.

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