Home   News   Article

Dingwall man who was involved in two disturbances shouted at police officers jailed for six months at Inverness Sheriff Court


By Ali Morrison

Easier access to your trusted, local news. Have a look at our brand new digital subscription packages!



Inverness Justice Centre.
Inverness Justice Centre.

A Dingwall man who was involved in two disturbances and threatened police has been jailed for a total of six months at Inverness Sheriff Court.

Daniel Kay, of Brown Square, appeared by video link from prison for sentencing on a number of charges, which included two breaches of his bail conditions, shouting and swearing at officers at Burnett Road Police Station in Inverness on June 26 and three offences in Windsor Place, Conon Bridge on April 12.

The court heard the 22-year-old went there uninvited, banged on a window and threw a set of keys at it. After going inside, he removed his clothing and shouted and swore while acting aggressively towards his ex-partner.

When police arrived, he threatened to spit on them and resisted arrest.

Kay also admitted a breach of a community payback order imposed earlier for other offences.


View our fact sheet on court reporting here



This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More