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Irvine: Woman fined for her malicious messages and calls

The IRVINE woman, who pleaded guilty to sending malicious messages to a woman and a 13-year-old girl, will have to pay compensation to both victims of her behavior.

Heather Campbell, 32, admitted that on Sunday, November 7 last year, she sent rude, abusive, obscene or threatening messages to women and girls via Facebook and through numerous text messages and phone calls from her home address in the city.

According to the indictment on which Campbell pleaded guilty, she also shouted, swore and made insulting remarks at two of her victims, as well as making false and vicious accusations against both of them.

As a result of Campbell’s behavior, both the woman and the teenager found themselves in a state of fear and anxiety.

Campbell, who was described in court documents as a resident of Watson Terrace, Irwin, was fined £ 220 when she appeared on the dock at Kilmarnock County Sheriff’s Court last week.

She was also ordered to pay £ 20 to the Scottish Government’s victim relief fund.

The judge also ordered Campbell to pay £ 160 in compensation to the victims of the malicious messages.

You can contact the Scottish Police at 101. In an emergency, always call 999.



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