Man called partner abusive names and punched and kicked holes in doors and walls

A Kirkcaldy man who repeatedly shouted and swore at his partner, calling her abusive names and punched and kicked holes in walls and doors has had his case continued until June.

Friday, 9th April 2021, 11:50 am

Frazer Nicoll, of Lomond Gardens, appeared before Sheriff James Williamson at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court.

Nicoll, 24, admitted between March 1, 2020 and August 31, 2020 at an address in Kernal Way, Kirkcaldy he engaged in a course of behaviour which was abusive to his partner in that he behaved in an aggressive manner towards her by repeatedly shouting and swearing at her, calling her abusive names, repeatedly punching and kicking holes in the doors and walls and repeatedly throwing household items contrary to the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018. He also admitted committing the offence while on bail.

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The case called at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court.

Sheriff Williamson opted to continue the case until June 2 for Nicoll to be of good behaviour and for the case to call with other matters.

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