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A MAN who abused his companion has been put underneath supervision by social employees for 18 months.
Stephen Tweedley, 28, admitted to a collection of costs in Duntocher earlier this 12 months and returned to Dumbarton Sheriff Court docket on October 21 for sentencing.
He beforehand pleaded responsible to, on January 8, at Morrison Road, adopting an aggressive method in the direction of his companion, shouting, swearing, uttering offensive remarks and throwing gadgets, inflicting a vase to smash.
He additionally broke a court docket order to not contact her and repeatedly did so. Each costs had been aggravated by being in opposition to a companion or ex.
Then on June 18, he shouted, swore, acted in an aggressive method, threw home items and positioned his now ex in a state of worry and alarm.
This was aggravated by being in opposition to his ex and he broke three bail orders.
Defence solicitor Scott Adair mentioned his consumer, beforehand of Jean Armour Drive, Clydebank, had gained employment and had now moved to Bogside Street, in Larkhall.
Sheriff Maxwell Hendry imposed a group payback order with supervision for 18 months for the June 18 incident.
Tweedley should additionally do 120 hours of unpaid work locally inside a 12 months.
On the sooner incident, he have to be of excellent behaviour and there might be a overview listening to on February 10, 2023.