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Electronic tag for Nairn teenager with multiple bail curfew breaches

By Ali Morrison

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A NAIRN teenager has to wear an electronic tag for the next four months to make sure she is home overnight.

Sara Davis had threatened to self-harm by wading into the town’s river and was pulled out by police and members of the public.

But the 18-year-old, of Osprey Crescent, was arrested after she began shouting and swearing at her rescuers on April 6, Inverness Sheriff Court was told.

She was also in breach of a bail curfew restricting her to her home between 7am and 7pm.

Davis also admitted six further breaches of the curfew and an earlier offence on September 22, 2020 when she threatened to spit in a police vehicle.

Defence solicitor Marc Dickson said his client came from “a good family” but she had “a troubled history”.

He added: “She likes to go for a walk to clear her mind.”

Sheriff Gary Aitken imposed a restriction of liberty order between 11pm and 5am.

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