Lovell Court man sentenced

Selkirk Sheriff Court
Selkirk Sheriff Court

FAILING to comply with a bail curfew resulted in Daniel Stewart being sentenced to 130 hours of unpaid work.

Stewart, 23, of Lovell Court, was sentenced to 60 hours of unpaid work after he admitted breaching a bail curfew at his then home in High Tweed Mill, Galashiels, on May 31 last year.

He was sentenced to a further 70 hours of unpaid work after he admitted a similar earlier offence on May 10 last year.

Sheriff Peter Paterson ordered that the 130 hours of unpaid work be completed within nine months and warned Stewart the sentence was a direct alternative to custody.