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Claggan man threatened to ‘bottle’ teenager

A MAN who threatened to assault a teenage car driver with a bottle and repeatedly made homophobic remarks to him was warned by a sheriff he could easily have been sent to jail given his previous record.

Alexander Watson, of Polmona, Claggan, Fort William, appeared at Fort William Sheriff Court last week for sentencing, following the compilation of a social work report.

Unemployed Watson, 34, had already pleaded guilty at an earlier court appearance to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner likely to place someone in a state of fear or alarm on November 27 last year in a Lochaber car park and had committed the offence while already on bail. The court heard on the day in question an altercation started after Watson had asked someone to give him a lift back to Claggan.

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