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Woman admits causing armed police disturbance at West Linton restaurant

Armed police were called to a Peeblesshire village after a woman caused a disturbance in a local restaurant.

Jacqueline Woods, 47, sparked the incident at The Old Bakehouse in West Linton, on 10 January last year.

At Selkirk Sheriff Court, she admitted possessing an air weapon and throwing a rock through a window.

She pleaded guilty to slashing a vehicle's tyres and behaving in a threatening or abusive manner.

Sentence on Woods, of Tweed Drive, Livingston, was deferred until February.

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