Offender threatened Falkirk toy store staff

Lee appeared by video link at Falkirk Sheriff’s Court last Thursday after pleading guilty to stealing the scooter and a quantity of toys and behaving in a threatening manner towards staff members at Smyth’s, Falkirk Central Retail Park on December 8 of last year.

The court heard that Lee, who has a persistent problem with drugs, was due to be released from prison in June and would then be placed on a supervised drug treatment and testing order.

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Lee threatened staff at Smyth’s toy store in Falkirk Central Retail

Sheriff Christopher Shead deferred the sentence of homeless Lee for three months until June 9 to allow him to complete his current prison term.

“Then we can see if another prison sentence is necessary,” Sheriff Shead said.

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