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Dingwall woman sentenced at Inverness Sheriff Court for spitting at police


By Ali Morrison

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Inverness Justice Centre.
Inverness Justice Centre.

A DINGWALL woman who spat at a police officer before the coronavirus outbreak has been ordered to carry out 80 hours of unpaid community work.

Kimberley Fraser (37), of Hill Street, had admitted at Inverness Sheriff Court last October the charge of police assault and also of threatening behaviour.

The offences took place in High Street on June 8, 2019.

Sentence was deferred for good behaviour but defence solicitor Neil Wilson said yesterday (Thursday) that his client had two new cases pending since the deferral.

He added that Fraser was a "vulnerable individual who needed as much supervision as possible.

"But if she gets positive things to do she responds well and unpaid work may be appropriate." Mr Wilson added.

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