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Munlochy man bailed on special conditions after denying threatening and abusive behaviour charges

By Ali Morrison

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A Ross-shire man is to stand trial later this year accused of threatening and abusive behaviour.

Michael Bradshaw (30) is accused of uttering abusive remarks at police officers during an incident on April 21 this year in the Highland capital's Ness Walk.

Court papers allege that Bradshaw, of Station Road, Munlochy, also shouted, swore and struggled with them.

In a separate alleged incident on May 22 at a property in the city's Bruce Gardens, Bradshaw is said to have shouted, swore and demanded entry as well as striking a window and knocking over bins.

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Prosecutors say this was aggravated by the accused being on bail at the time.

Bradshaw denied both charges when he appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court.

A trial date was set for August and he was released on bail with special conditions to stay away from a woman and not to enter Bruce Gardens.

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