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Inverness man faces nine charges in court


By Ali Morrison

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The accused is alleged to have committed nine different offences in the city.
The accused is alleged to have committed nine different offences in the city.

A 30-year-old man has appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court in connection with a total of nine offences.

All of the offences are alleged to have taken place over an eight day period in the city.

Christopher Thomson, from Inverness, appeared before Sheriff Sara Matheson, represented by Inverness solicitor David Patterson, on Monday of this week.

He made no plea during his brief appearance in the dock to two charges of committing assault and robbery; a charge of robbery; three charges of committing theft by shoplifting; and one charge each of displaying threatening or abusive behaviour; malicious mischief and assault.

He was remanded in custody and is due to appear in court again some time within the next eight days.


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