Assault Med For Depression 16/10/2009 England Man With Knife Assaults Two Policemen
Paragraphs five and six read: "Defence agent, Gail Wiggins, said Gray was suffering from depression."
"During the knife incident in Peterhead he had been drinking as well as taking medication."
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Man assaulted two policemen with knife
29-year-old fined over Peterhead incidentPublished: 16/10/2009
A MAN who waved a knife at two police officers in Peterhead has been fined.
Brian Gray had admitted assaulting and threatening two policemen in Peterhead.
He also brandished a kitchen knife during the incident at his home address, which was given in court papers as 18 Port Henry Road, Peterhead, on August 25.
Gray, 29, had also admitted shouting, swearing and breaking the peace at 11 Kirkburn Drive, Peterhead on August 29.
Defence agent, Gail Wiggins, said Gray was suffering from depression.
During the knife incident in Peterhead he had been drinking as well as taking medication.
Sheriff Noel McPartlin fined Gray £100 for the knife offence, and admonished him on the breach of the peace charge.