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Son who caused a disturbance at his parents' house in Inverness is ordered to carry out 125 hours unpaid work

By Gregor White

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A man admitted behaving in a threatening manner at an Inverness property.

Peter MacCallum of Carbisdale Gardens, Inverness, admitted committing the offence in the city's Mackay Road on September 10.

Inverness Sheriff Court heard he had spent 29 days on remand as a result.

Fiscal depute Alex Swain said MacCallum turned up at the house intoxicated and began shouting and swearing at the occupants.

“He continued when he went outside and then kicked a door several times, breaking a window,” he said.

“The police were called and when officers arrived his father was restraining his son on the ground.”

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