A Paisley man who shouted sectarian abuse at rival fans following the Aberdeen versus Celtic Scottish Cup fixture was today sentenced at Glasgow Sheriff Court
At Airdrie Sheriff Court today, the director of STUD Recycling Limited, Joseph Cahill, was imprisoned for six months and the company was fined £12,000 for the illegally depositing, keeping and treating of controlled waste.
Cahill and the company had previously pleaded guilty on 25 October 2013 to offences under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, namely depositing, keeping and treating controlled waste on land without a waste management licence between 14 February 2012 and 20 November 2012.
At the High Court in Edinburgh today, Matthew Pope (15/11/1991) was sentenced to life imprisonment, with a punishment part of 17 and half years, for the brutal murder of Michael Given at a flat in Elders Court Dundee in the early hours of 21 July 2013.
At Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court today, Stephen Payne was fined £400 and had a 18 month Football Banning Order imposed for an incident with rival fans before a match between Raith Rovers and Dunfermline Athletic.
The Banning Order means that as well as the sentence imposed by the court he will be banned from all regulated football matches throughout the whole of the United Kingdom for a period of one and a half years.