A furious pet owner threatened to shoot a neighbour and “smash her face in” during a row over his barking dog.
Mark Stewart noticed purple when the sufferer posted a notice by way of his door at 7am one morning asking his to hold his animal quiet during the night time.
The 33-year-old instantly marched to his entrance yard then started shouting on the girl and being verbally aggressive.
A courtroom heard that the dad-of-one bellowed “I’m going to smash your face in and beat you up” and “I’m going to shoot you, I’m a gadgie, I hope you’ll be able to hear us”.
The police have been known as and arrived on the scene on Newbold Street, in Walker, and have been suggested by Stewart not to come into his yard or “the dog would chew”.
Stewart continued to be aggressive and lashed out and pushed one officer over as he tried to arrest him.
Now, Stewart, who has a previous conviction from November final 12 months for assaulting an emergency employee, has been given a group order after he pleaded responsible to a public order offence and one depend of assault with intent to resist arrest.
Rebecca Slade, prosecuting, stated Stewart and the sufferer had lived subsequent door to one another for 18 months and had had various points.
On April 12 this 12 months, the girl claimed Stewart’s dog started barking and did not cease till the next morning.
Miss Slade continued: “She wrote a letter to Mr Stewart asking him to try to hold noise down with regard to his dog.
“She posted this by way of his letterbox at 7am. At round 8am, the complainant heard shouting coming from the entrance of the handle.
“He was within the entrance yard shouting “Go and wake the b******s up”.”
The courtroom heard that Stewart then launched right into a tirade of abuse, telling the sufferer he would shoot her and smash he face in.
When she advised him she was calling the police, Stewart replied: “Phone the police, in the event that they take me away, I’ll get another person to do it.”
Officers attended however Stewart remained aggressive and advised them that his dog wold chew in the event that they got here into his yard.
Miss Slade added: “He continued to be abusive. An officer positioned his hand on the defendant in impact to arrest him.
“He instantly pushed him to the bottom.”
Magistrates have been advised that the constable suffered bruising to his arm because of the assault however was in any other case unhurt.
In an announcement, the neighbour stated: “This incident has made me really feel tremendously scared and petrified to be in my own residence.
“I’m in concern for my kids’s security as a result of I do not know if the male will perform the threats made.
“It’s triggered me to flee my own residence and take refuge at my mother and father’.”
The courtroom heard that Stewart had three offences on his report, together with certainly one of assaulting am emergency employee from again in November 2020 when he was given a 12-month group order.
Alanna Wesencraft, defending, stated there had been various points between the neighbours, which had resulted in Stewart, who suffers from psychological well being points, making an attempt to restrict their contact by erecting a fence between them.
He claimed the sufferer had repeatedly rang the police to say there was hashish in his dwelling however none had been discovered on every event it was searched.
Ms Wesncraft stated: “Mr Stewart accepts he shouted and misplaced his mood. The police then arrived. He was standing with a person who’s a foster carer.
“The police arrive they usually say “We need to discuss to you”. He stated “If you need to discuss to me, why do you’ve to are available in?”
“He warns the dog might chew however the dog is then put away. Mr Stewart accepts he should not have pushed the officer however there was frustration boiling over.”
Stewart was given an additional 12-month group order, was fined £120 and should pay £50 compensation every to the officer and the sufferer, £85 prices and a £95 sufferer surcharge.