Aug 24 2012 by Colin Rutherford, Kilmarnock Standard
A TEENAGER has admitted police assault and driving charges.
Sixteen-year-old Francis Anderson, of Castleview Avenue, Dundonald, pleaded guilty to kicking a woman constable on the body, as well as driving without a licence or insurance.
His licence was endorsed with three penalty points.
His co-accused, Jason Anderson, 20, of the same address, was admonished after he admitted committing a breach of the peace on the same occasion.
The offences were committed in Kilmarnock Prison’s car park on June 13.
SENTENCE was deferred on a banned driver caught behind the wheel in Kilmarnock town centre.
Michael Thompson, 46, of Manchester, pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified and without insurance, and refusing a breath test.
The offences were committed in Wellington Street, Dean Lane and Strawberrybank Road on July 11. Sentence was deferred until September 6 at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court for a criminal justice social work report Thompson was granted bail.
A DRIVER who had an alcohol level more than twice the legal limit has been banned from the road for a year and fined £300 at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court.
Paul McEwan, 25, of Catherine Drive, Galston, pleaded guilty to driving in Dundonald Road, Kilmarnock, on July 15 with a breath/alcohol count of 76 microgrammes. The legal maximum is 35.
A MAN who admitted making abusive calls to a man and woman in Kilmarnock was jailed for four months this week.
But Ryan Wilson, 26, of Craiglea Avenue, Crosshouse, will first have to serve three weeks of a previous sentence from which he was released early on licence.
At Kilmarnock Sheriff Court on Monday, Wilson admitted causing annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety by persistently using an electronic communications system to shout, swear and make racial remarks on August 12.
AN 18-year-old man appeared in private at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court on Monday charged with serious assault following an incident in Main Street, Newmilns, on Sunday.
Callum Julyan, from Newmilns, made no plea or declaration and was released on bail.