Stranraer Sheriff Court

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A Machars man who admitted two charges of allowing his dogs to be dangerously out of control in a public place will be sentenced at the end of the month in Stranraer Sheriff Court.

Forty-year-old Charlie Evans, The Haven, Barrachan, admitted being the owner of a greyhound whippet saluke cross that attacked and seriously injured two Airedale terriers on St Medan’s Golf Course, near Monreith on July 26.

Sheriff Kenneth Robb deferred sentence until November 29 for the personal appearance of the accused.

A Girvan man who pled not guilty to being almost three times over drink driving limit will go on trial at Stranraer Sheriff Court next March.

Stuart McColm, aged 54, of 30 Willow Drive, is accused of driving on the A77 near the Innermessan junction on October 9 with 103 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath the limit being 35.

A Newton Stewart man accused of chucking items out of a window at passing cars will stand trial on March 12 next year.

Thirty-seven-year-old William Marr of 36-38 Queen Street, Newton Stewart, appeared at the Sheriff Court in Stranraer on Tuesday to plead not guilty to throwing bottles and pieces of wood out of the upper floor window of his home on April 24 towards moving vehicles and onto the roadway, striking the vehicles causing damage and endangering the occupants of the vehicles and others.

Three Stranraer men appeared for sentencing at Stranraer sheriff Court on Tuesday after a disturbance in the town in October last year.

Kevin Ringland, aged 19, admitted resisting arrest and struggling violently with police officers in Belmont Road on October 29, 2010. Sheriff Kenneth Robb deferred sentence on the accused until November 29.

Joseph Paterson, aged 17, 83 Mount Vernon Road and Alan Henry, aged 20, of Annanbank, Lewis Street, were both fined £250 by the sheriff after they pled guilty to obstructing the officers who were trying to arrest Ringland.