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Beauly digger driver took exception to being told to pay bills, Inverness Sheriff Court hears

By Court Reporter

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A DIGGER driver came home from working a week away in Argyll to a request that he pay the bills.

But 21-year-old Coinneach Macdonald, of Dunmore Road, Beauly, took exception to this and a row developed around 6pm on March 25, Inverness Sheriff Court was told.

Macdonald was asked to leave and did, but began shouting and kicking the front door of the Thistle Road, Conon Bridge, property. Police were called.

Macdonald admitted threatening behaviour.

His solicitor Roger Webb said: “He knew he had done wrong and met the police in the car park.

“He had been in a relationship for two-and-a-half years but it is now over.

“He is back living with his parents and has applied to join the Army.”

Macdonald was fined £210.

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