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Man, 76, on driving and bail breach charges refused bail

A 76-YEAR-OLD man has been refused bail after being charged with three counts of careless driving and two breaches of bail conditions set on May 31 2016.

The conditions were that Thomas Allan Kirsop, a former police officer, was not to approach, contact or attempt to approach or contact two witnesses in an ongoing trial in which Kirsop is facing accusations of stalking.

Solicitor Hamish Melrose said Kirsop, of Brudair, North Ballachulish, was intimating a guilty plea and sought bail for him on the grounds that he has medical conditions which require him to be at his home address, where his wife, a retired nurse, can monitor his health.

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