Frustrated thug booted in Falkirk Sheriff Court window

A frustrated offender kicked in a glass courthouse screen after he was remanded.

By Herald Reporter
Friday, 10th September 2021, 4:30 pm

William Marshall, 36, admitted damaging property at Falkirk Sheriff Court on July 12, 2020.

Marshall, Flat 8, Springkerse House, Springkerse Road, Stirling, culpably and recklessly kicked a glass window which his lawyer, Virgil Crawford, was next to, whereby it smashed and caused risk of injury to others.

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William Marshall, of Stirling, smashed a window at Falkirk Sheriff Court. Picture: Michael Gillen.

His defence solicitor said: “He was frustrated at having been remanded.”

Sheriff Christopher Shead deferred sentence until October 21 for a report and Marshall’s personal appearance.

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