Police Files – 21.4.22

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Theft

Between January 16 and April 9 at Oban Sailing Club, Gallanach Road, Oban, a canoe was stolen.  Enquiries continue.

Vandalism

About 9pm on Monday April 11 at Lochavullin Long Stay Car Park, Lochavullin Road, Oban, youths were seen throwing eggs at parked vehicles in the car park.  The eggs have caused permanent damage to at least one of the vehicles.  Enquiries continue.

Arrested

Between April 8 and 13 at Scott Terrace, Oban, a 32-year-old man allegedly breached his bail conditions by contacting his ex-partner.  He was arrested and charged with the offence and held in police custody to appear at Oban Sheriff Court.

Possession of controlled drugs

About 10.30pm on Wednesday April 13  at Richard Court, Oban, a man was found in possession of controlled drugs.  The 21-year-old was charged with the offence and issued with a Recorded Police Warning.

Charged

About 2am on Friday April 15 at a hotel in Oban, a man allegedly  refused to leave after displaying threatening and abusive behaviour so police were contacted.  The 22-year-old was arrested and charged with the office and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

Assault

About 3pm on Friday April 15 at an Oban takeaway, a man assaulted another man.  Enquiries continue.

Fighting

About 11pm on Friday April 15 at Glencruitten Road, Oban, police were contacted following a report of fighting.  On their attendance an intoxicated male was verbally threatening and abusive towards police.  The 46-year-old was arrested and charged for the offence and issued a Recorded Police Warning.

Assault

Between midnight and 2.30am on Saturday April 16 at Rockfield Road, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, a disturbance allegedly took place between partners which resulted in an assault with slight injury.  A 37-year-old woman was arrested and charged for the offence and released on a police undertaking.

Assault

About 11.35pm on Saturday April 16 at an Oban pub, a man was allegedly thrown to the floor by another man who then kicked him to his face to his slight injury.  A 37-year-old was arrested and charged for the offence and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

Driving without insurance

At 12.20am on Monday April 18 in the Oban area, a woman was allegedly seen driving a vehicle which she was not insured for. The woman, 57, was charged with the offence and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

Assault

Throughout the evening of Sunday April 17, at a property in Macvicar Court, Dunbeg, a man and a woman were allegedly arguing which resulted in the woman being assaulted, although not physically hurt.  Enquiries continue.

Report submitted

At 1.15am on Monday April 18 at Longsdale Crescent, Oban, an intoxicated woman was allegedly causing a disturbance outside an Oban pub.  She was given a lift home by police but was threatening and abusive towards officers, continually shouting and swearing at them.  The 44-year-old was arrested and charged for the offence and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

Oban hospital

Between 10.30pm on Sunday April 17 and 12.45am on Monday April 18 at Lorn and Islands District Hospital, Oban, a patient allegedly assaulted a nurse while being treated, repeatedly kicking them to the legs. The patient also allegedly became abusive towards staff shouting and swearing at them and threatening one with her life.  Police were contacted and the 61-year-old woman was arrested and charged with the offences. A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.