A HOT-HEADED pensioner broke the arm of a golfing membership skilled in a violent assault, then started stalking him.
Lawrence Ogilvie, 70, viciously assaulted golfing professional Chris Nugent in a row over a couple of sun shades.
For that offence the Cairneyhill grandad was once ordered to pay his sufferer £6,000 repayment on the finish of ultimate 12 months.
He did so but additionally started paying unwelcome visits to the Nugent circle of relatives house the place he would stare into the window.
This behaviour started now not lengthy after his attack conviction and went on for round 10 weeks.
It has now ended in Ogilvie being convicted of stalking and a five-year non-harassment order has been installed position to give protection to the circle of relatives. He was once additionally fined £100.
Ogilvie has been warned if he breaches the courtroom order, he’s going to be going through a prison sentence.
Ogilvie, of Glen Moriston Pressure, Cairneyhill, was once again within the dock for a tribulation at Dunfermline Sheriff Court docket.
He was once convicted of a fee that between January 1 and March 23 at an cope with in Cairneyhill, he engaged in a process habits which led to Christopher Nugent and his spouse concern or alarm via strolling and riding previous their house again and again, preventing and staring thru their home windows.
Ogilvie bizarrely claimed that his canine had pulled him within the route of the Nugents’ house all over a stroll and that after he bogged down in a automotive there, he was once merely trying out the automobile.
Sheriff Alastair Brown didn’t imagine him and mentioned: “I take the view that the impact at the Nugents has been fairly vital.
“I additionally take the view that this was once imply, was once achieved out of a way of complaint and was once a out of place try to assert himself.”
He added: “I’m happy that the riding and strolling have been only a pretext for being of their side road.”
He noticed that Ogilvie had prior to now been a person of “unimpeachable persona” till those offences.
He informed him that he may go back to that function and a line could be drawn beneath those episodes if he stayed out of additional bother.
Alternatively, he additionally warned him that breaching the courtroom order “would take you to jail”.
The difficulty began one morning in August 2017 when Ogilvie stormed into the membership professional’s store difficult a substitute pair of sun shades for ones he had bought there.
Mr Nugent was once despatched sprawling right into a steel garments holder, breaking his arm, sooner than Ogilvie started choking him and making threats to get him and his circle of relatives.
The stunning incident shattered the standard calm setting at Dunfermline Golfing Membership, Crossford.
After a two-day trial Ogilvie was once discovered responsible of attack to critical damage. At sentencing ultimate December, he was once ordered to pay £6,000 repayment and to hold out 200 hours of unpaid paintings.