Paedo Pleads Guilty At Rothesay Sheriff Court. Nov 4th
Craig Borland email@example.com
17:15 Mon 04 Nov 2013
A Rothesay man who tried to assault police officers who traced an anonymous 999 call to his flat in the town admitted 2 charges at the town’s sheriff court on Monday.
45 year-old Thomas Pollock pleaded guilty to attempting to headbutt 1 of 2 officers who called at his flat at 2/2, 6 Hillhouse Road, on June 18th this year.
The police officers were tasked to investigate a ‘dropped’ 999 call, which had been traced to Pollock’s home and had claimed there was a paedophile ring active in Rothesay.
Fiscal depute Lindy Scaife told the court Pollock had become increasingly aggressive while the officers were at his flat, and that they had found it hard to understand what he was saying.
While they were speaking to Pollock he lunged at and punched a wall and head-butted the flat’s front door, before trying to headbutt 1 of the officers as they took him out of the close door.
Sheriff Ruth Anderson decided to defer sentence for a background report before hearing a plea in mitigation from Pollock’s solicitor, Robert Dundas.
28 yr old David Whitelaw address given as 51 Castle Street, Port Bannatyne, pleaded guilty in court on Monday to a charge of assaulting a man in Rothesay by pushing him on the body and punching him on the head.
Lindy Scaife, prosecuting, told the court Whitelaw had seen the man “engaged in horseplay” with Whitelaw’s partner immediately before the incident, which occurred in West Princes Street in the early hours of Sept 22nd
Whitelaw, who appeared without legal representation, told the court: “I sincerely apologise. My actions weren’t appropriate and I’m really disappointed with myself.”
Whitelaw was fined £150 and ordered to pay his victim, who suffered damage to his teeth which required numerous visits to a dentist, compensation of £250.
Steven Webster (29), address given as 36 Craigmore Road, was admonished and dismissed on Monday after pleading guilty by letter to possession of a small quantity of cannabis resin.
The drug, weighing 0.5 grams and worth around £5, was found during a search of Webster’s car after he was stopped by police on a separate matter at Wester Kames near Port Bannatyne on July 3. Found here
W O W Do u know how many numbers there are in this article? 47
F O R T Y S E V E N ?
I’ve had a very rough guesstimation, there are about 300 words(ish) Plus 47 numbers = 350 (ish) How is it possible that approximately 1/7th of this article is numbers? Remembering to take in to account IT’S NOT AN ARTICLE ABOUT NUMBERS!
LMAO!! for a wee second there, I thought there might be some o that weird number crap going on!
THE GODFATHER aka Arthur Thompson
Now aged 21, Ferris immediately returned to his work as an enforcer for Thompson, and was soon arrested again and charged with possession of offensive weapons after a pickaxe handle and knives were found in his car. While awaiting trial he was involved in a stabbing, and fled to Thompson’s holiday home in Rothesay on the Isle of Bute. Within a day of arriving there, he was arrested by armed police and charged with various offences including attempted murder and possession of heroin with intent to supply, and was remanded to HM Prison Barlinnie. The attempted murder charge was dropped a week later and Ferris was found not guilty of the drugs charge, but he received an 18-month sentence for possession of offensive weapons. After being released from prison Ferris stopped working for Thompson and started a company named Cottage Conservatories specialising in double glazing and conservatories, but still remained active in the criminal underworld.
The following are extracts taken frm HERE Feb 16th 2016
- The Isle of Bute, on the Cowal peninsular, is due to welcome 15 Syrian families.
- Twelve Syrian families arrived in Rothesay in early December
- Many of the refugee families had children and babies.
- Bute has been nicknamed the ‘Madeira of Scotland’ and the late Lord Dick Attenborough and Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovic have had homes there.
The seafront at Ascog near Rothesay, on the east coast of the isolated and tiny Isle of Bute, nicknamed the ‘Madeira of Scotland’ The island has a population of just 6,498 which swells in the Summer months due to tourism.
The MADEIRA of Scotland? W T F ?
WHO ‘NICKNAMED’ IT THAT? & WHO THE HELL CALLS IT THAT?
Cause I doubt very much it’s locals!!
(for those who dont know precisely where Madeira is, heres a map and a pic o the landing strip)
The National Flag of Madeira (Nazi style cross & 3 of the fave Masonic Colours. Blue, Red & orange/yellow)
Population approx 267,785 (2011)
The capital of Madeira is Funchal on the main island’s south coast. Madeira is Portugese for *WOOD* & Its the island wi that bizarre airstrip, said to be one of the toughest in world to land on.
- Plane ~ 727
- Date ~ 19/11/77 = Oh look! 9/11
- Onboard ~ 164-131 dead = 33 survivors
(Nope, none o their weird number shite here!)