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Between 5pm on Wednesday August 2 and 1pm on Monday August 5, at Port Ellen Primary School, Islay, a double-glazed window was smashed and a wooden bench was damaged.
At about 6pm on Thursday August 8 at the Islay Show Field, a man aged 29 urinated in public. The man was traced the following day at Kennacraig and he was issued with a £40 fixed penalty notice.
Thrown in river
Between 5pm on Monday August 5 and 10.30am on Tuesday August 6, in
Stevenson Street, Oban, a large flowerbed basket was removed and thrown in a nearby river.
At about 8.15pm on Tuesday August 6, following a report of a person behaving in an abusive manner at Miller Road, Oban, a man aged 33 was arrested, charged and held in custody for court.
At about 3.20pm on Wednesday August 7, in Connel, a woman aged 46 was arrested for behaving in an abusive manner, resisting arrest and assaulting police officers. The woman was charged with the offences and held in custody for court.
At about 6.10pm on Wednesday August 7, in Alma Crescent, Oban, someone repeatedly kicked a door and shouted threats.
Between 9am and 5.30pm on Tuesday August 6, outside a house in Connel, a plant within the private garden was cut down.
Bar staff assaulted
At about 9.45pm on Friday August 9, at licensed premises in Oban, a member of staff was assaulted. A man aged 27 was traced and arrested. He was charged and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
At about 11.20pm on Friday August 9, near Pennyfuir, Oban, a man aged 26 was stopped and searched and found in possession of a small amount of heroin. The man was charged and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
Between 5.30pm on Saturday August 10 and 9am on Monday August 12, at Gordons Chemists, George Street, Oban, two of the windows were smashed.
If anyone has information in relation to any incident, they can contact police on 101, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.