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Highland woman who had struck police officer found hiding in Inverness cupboard


By Ali Morrison

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A woman who struck a police constable in the face in an Inverness flat, has been ordered to carry out 100 hours unpaid work.

Lynda Love, now of Bynack More, Aviemore, was found hiding in a wardrobe in a flat in Telford Street on December 1, 2019.

Officers had attended the address to carry out a bail check.

Love had previously been prohibited from being at the property.

Inverness Sheriff Court heard that Love resisted arrest, striking an officer in the face.

She admitted a breach of bail and resisting arrest.

Sheriff Margaret Neilson also placed her under a year’s social work supervision.

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