A TWENTY two year old man who failed to keep to the terms of a nine-month supervision order has been fined £525.
Matthew Maloney, of Sandside, Mossbank, was handed a supervision order back in October for behaving in a threatening and abusive manner by shouting, swearing, repeatedly banging on an external door and making threats on 18 June this year.
But he appeared at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Wednesday to admit breaching the order by failing to keep a number of appointments.
Honorary sheriff Willie Shannon revoked the order and fined Maloney £525, warning him that if he didn’t pay the fine he would automatically be sent to prison.
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