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Threatening behaviour is found not proven

The case against a Campbeltown man accused of threatening or abusive behaviour was not proven at Campbeltown Sheriff Court.

James Deavy, 28, of 7 Glenside, Campbeltown, appeared from custody before Sheriff Patrick Hughes, charged with behaving in a threatening or abusive manner, likely to cause a reasonable person to suffer fear or alarm, by shouting, throwing a shopping trolley and breaking a window at an address in Campbeltown on June 10.

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