Denny teen ordered to continue behaving after making offensive comments to police

A Denny teenager who made offensive comments to police has been ordered to continue behaving by a Sheriff.

By Herald Reporter
Friday, 7th May 2021, 12:30 pm

Ryan Innes, 19, of 6 Rodgers Street, appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court yesterday (Thursday) after behaving threateningly in Glasgow Road, Denny on January 8.

Innes admitted conducting himself in an aggressive manner, shouting, swearing and uttering offensive comments and refusing to desist when instructed to do so by police officers, while on bail.

Gordon Addison, defence solicitor, said the case had previously been deferred.

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Ryan Innes, of Denny, appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court on Thursday. Picture: Michael Gillen.

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Mr Addison added: “He has ongoing mental health problems. There’s reference to a new job.”

Sheriff Derek Livingston asked procurator fiscal depute Amy Sneddon if Innes had been of good behaviour.

While the fiscal depute was unable to provide an update, Sheriff Livingston said: “It looks like he’s moved on.”

Sentence was deferred until August 5 for Innes to continue being of good behaviour and bail was continued.

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