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Order breach denied.

An opportunistic would-be Coatbridge thief caught in a car that didn't belong to him has denied breaching his court order.

Kieran O'Hara was found in the vehicle parked on a roadway near Thistledown Grove, in his home town, on February 10.

It was inferred that O'Hara "intended to commit theft" and he was later arrested.

O'Hara, 22, entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to a community payback order at Airdrie Sheriff Court on May 4. But the High Coats resident was back in the dock last week accused of breaching his order.

Defence solicitor, Darran Khorasani, revealed that O'Hara was "denying the breach".

Sheriff Frank Pieri then scheduled a proof hearing on the alleged breach for August 29.

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Publication:Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser (Lanarkshire, Scotland)
Date:Aug 8, 2018
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