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Archive for August, 2017

Man jailed over smashed car mirror murder in Greenock
A man who stabbed another man to death because he thought he had smashed a window of his brother's car has been jailed for life. Stephen Kane was told he will serve at least 16 years in prison for the murder of Lee Monaghan in August last year. Kane, 21, stabbed Mr...
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Teenager detained for stabbing 16-year-old Luke Wallace
A 17-year-old who was convicted of killing a promising young footballer is to be detained for nine years. The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, stabbed 16-year-old Luke Wallace during a confrontation in Glasgow in June last year. Luke suffered massive...
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Two men face trial over Glasgow primary school shooting
Two men allegedly part of an organised crime gang are to stand trial accused of shooting a man outside a Glasgow primary school. Martyn Fitzsimmons and Mark Richardson are charged with attempting to murder Ross Monaghan at St George's Primary School in Penilee on 16...
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Blair Logan sentenced to life imprisonment over fire murder
A man who murdered his brother by setting fire to him has been ordered to spend at least 20 years in jail. Cameron Logan, 23, died in the blaze in Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire, and his girlfriend Rebecca Williams, 25, was seriously injured. Last month, Blair Logan,...
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Celtic v Linfield: Police make 12 arrests over banners
Police have arrested 12 men over banners that were displayed at last month's Champions League qualifying match between Celtic and Linfield. A section of the Celtic support unfurled paramilitary-style banners during the club's 4-0 victory at Celtic Park. The banners led...
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