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Tain man faces assault, threatening behaviour and malicious damage charges following Easter Ross incident


By Ali Morrison

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A 29-year-old Tain man appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court on a total of eight charges following an alleged disturbance in the Easter Ross Royal Burgh.

James Bradshaw made no plea to three charges of assault, one of police assault and of resisting arrest, threatening behaviour, malicious damage and a breach of bail.

He made no plea, was committed for further examination and remanded in custody.

He will appear again within the next eight days.


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