Appearing at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday, Murray Forbes (24) had pleaded guilty assaulting a man – striking him on the head – and possessing a knife at the Metro Inn, Beancross Farm, Polmont on August 22 last year.
He also admitted a breach of the peace – engaging in a fight with a man – at an address in Kingseat Avenue, Grangemouth on October 6, 2019.
The court heard Forbes, 29 Burnfoot Court, Grangemouth, was moving to a new address at Mount Farm, California.
Sheriff Derek Livingston revoked Forbe’s existing community payback and restriction of liberty orders and placed him on a structured deferred sentence for three months to July 28 for him to be of good behaviour and engage with social work.
A review was fixed for six week’s time.