A MAN who pleaded guilty to two charges at Lerwick Sheriff Court has had his sentence deferred till 27 February.
Kyle James Swannie on Tuesday admitted behaving in a threatening and abusive manner by making threats and offensive comments to staff at the Co-op in Lerwick on 17 July last year.
The 22-year-old, whose address was given as Baklands, Lerwick, also admitted possessing cannabis at a house in Rudda Court on 18 September.
Sheriff Ian Cruickshank called for a criminal justice social work report and a restriction of liberty assessment before sentencing.
Meanwhile sentence was also deferred on a woman who headbutted a policewoman at an incident in her Hoofields home, pending a social work report.
Claire Antonio, 24, admitted the assault that took place on 19 August. The case was adjourned for a social work report and a restriction of liberty assessment before sentencing on 27 February.
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