Laurieston offender chucked canned food in homeless hostel

Adrian Lebzuch (33) appeared from custody via video link at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday having admitted behaving in a threatening manner – kicking and throwing boxes of canned food across a room and throwing cans of food at a glass partition, at Castings hostel, Castings Avenue, Falkirk on November 1.

Sunday, 28th November 2021, 1:59 pm

Lebzuch was removed from his mother’s address and placed in the Castings, where the offence then took place.

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Sheriff Simon Collins QC said Lebzuch did not have “the worst record in the world on the face of it”, but stated it was a “nasty incident” in a homeless unit.

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Lebzuch behaved in threatening manner at a premises in Castings Avenue, Falkirk

It was stated Castings Court was not prepared to take Lebzuch, who has a problem with alcohol, back.

Sheriff Collins deferred sentence on Lebzuch for reports and a restriction of liberty order assessment, releasing him on bail to 269 Grahamsdyke Street, Laurieston until January 6, 2022, with special conditions not to go near Castings hostel.

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