A Fife man attacked his estranged father, who was suspected to have stolen money from a baby’s card. Gary Rowley senior was violently assaulted after £40 went missing during a visit to see his new grandchild. Gary Rowley junior (26) took the law into his own hands, punching his dad, knocking him over and as he fell, he broke his ankle, leaving the bone protruding through the skin. Rowley junior, of McGinlay Terrace, Lochore, appeared for sentencing at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
A Fife man, facing a series of rape and sexual assault allegations against five women, has been branded “a complete monster”. Neil Ireland went on trial at the High Court in Dunfermline today accused of sex offences committed in various parts of Fife between 2008 and last year. It is alleged that Ireland (39), of Methil, sexually assaulted five women, including ten offences of rape. He is accused of raping a woman on two occasions when she had her baby in the bed with her.
A vicious drug dealer will spend at least 20 years behind bars for the murder of a drunk man he came across in the street. Father-of-two Darren Adie collapsed and died after being stabbed through the heart by thug Gordon Coventry in broad daylight in Kirkcaldy. As the dying man staggered down the street after the fatal blow, 52-year-old Coventry (pictured above)began covering his guilt by disposing of clothing, mobile phones and the murder weapon, a knife, which he threw in the sea.
@jrgillespie2000 I believe the victims!!! This is a classic VIP establishment paedophile disgusting ring and I hope they are all very scared because the only lies being told come from those who have fear!! Rightly so because they all will be held accountable
@socialistworker Agreed I am still looking for someone with a voice who is not going too walk away at the first excuse!! Councils in Scotland are the same won’t address there problem! If it’s not a personal interest there not interested ! So Political people won’t even listen either
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