Unpaid work for Camelon man after Stanley knife find

Stock image of a Stanley knife. Police Scotland have been forced to reveal the alarming number of reports of possession of a weapon or blade in a schools.
Stock image of a Stanley knife. Police Scotland have been forced to reveal the alarming number of reports of possession of a weapon or blade in a schools.

A man must complete 160 hours of unpaid work after he was found carrying a Stanley knife.

Michael Jordan (36) was stopped by police and found to have possession of the item.

Jordan, 67 Mansionhouse Road, Camelon, admitted the offence he committed in Carmuirs Avenue, Camelon on October 4.

He was placed on a supervised community payback order for 18 months with the condition he complete 160 hours unpaid work within eight months.