Methil man shouted, swore and made abusive remarks towards former partner

A Methil man who shouted, swore and made abusive remarks towards his former partner has had his sentence deferred for three months.

Friday, 24th September 2021, 10:51 am

Steven Parker, Wellesley Road, appeared in Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court.

Parker, 32, admitted on August 12, 2021 at an address in Kirkland Gardens, Methil, he behaved in a threatening manner towards his former partner by shouting, swearing and repeatedly uttering offensive and abusive remarks towards her and repeatedly pushing and striking his head on a door, damaging it.

Sheriff Eric Brown deferred sentence until December 21.

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