Man demanded money from Camelon mum and assaulted policeman
A man who demanded money from his mother and made religiously offensive remarks towards her will soon learn his punishment.
David Kelso, of no fixed abode, appeared from custody via video link at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday.
He has admitted behaving threateningly at a Camelon home on February 7 by repeatedly shouting and swearing at the woman and uttering offensive comments – a crime which was aggravated by religious prejudice.
Kelso then repeatedly shouted, swore, uttered religiously offensive remarks to police officers, struggled with them and spat on a cell floor at Falkirk Police Station later that day.
The 41-year-old also assaulted a policeman by kicking him on the body.
Defence solicitor Martin Morrow said: “There’s no report. He was remanded in custody for the report.
“He was asking the prison what happened but nobody seems to know. He has a calling next Thursday for a drug treatment testing order review.”
Sheriff Derek Livingston deferred sentence until March 18.
Kelso was remanded in custody.