Grangemouth teenager used wood as weapon at town property
A Grangemouth teenager who used a piece of wood as a weapon is set to discover his punishment.
The 16-year-old appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday.
He’d admitted acting in an aggressive manner, shouting, swearing, brandishing a piece of wood, striking a door with the weapon, causing damage, challenging another to a fight and uttering threats of violence at an address in Portal Road, Grangemouth on February 19.
The teen, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also pleaded guilty to wilfully or recklessly damaging property belonging to another by striking the piece of wood against a door, causing glass to smash, and having an offensive weapon without reasonable excuse or lawful authority in a public place.
Addressing the teenager, who represented himself, Sheriff Christopher Shead said: “The letter says you’ve not co-operated with the preparation of the report.”
Deferring sentence May 20, Sheriff Shead said: “If you don’t co-operate, you’ll be locked up for that purpose.”
Bail was continued.