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Paisley yob described as 'walking breach of the peace' jailed after kicking man's head

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A Paisley lout described as a “walking breach of the peace” has been jailed after he kicked a man’s head as he lay on the ground.Kenneth Gray, 54, was “sitting eating his mince 'n' tatties, listening to band music” when he thought Paul Ward was trying to get into his house.Gray went to investigate what was happening and ended up having an argument with Mr Ward, which resulted in the pair coming to blows.

Gray appeared at Paisley Sheriff Court on Friday via video link from Low Moss Prison in Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire, where he admitted assaulting Mr Ward on July 26 to his severe injury.

Prosecutor Edwin Sheeran told Paisley Sheriff Court: “Around 9pm on July 26, the accused was within his home address in Abbot Street and Paul Ward was outside making a nuisance of himself.“Gray went outside to confront Ward and an argument began.Renfrewshire Live, the new free app dedicated to bringing you around the clock breaking news, is now available to download.Powered by the Paisley Daily Express, Renfrewshire Live is your go-to source for news, features and sport with live coverage provided direct to the app, seven days a week.The dedicated team of experienced journalists, responsible for the publication of the award-winning Express, will focus on breaking news, day and night, across Renfrewshire’s towns and villages.There is also a dedicated St Mirren section that will follow every kick of the ball with the Buddies.Available on both Android and Apple.

Download here:“The pair moved up towards Netherhill Road where the accused punched Ward to the right side of his face and repeatedly kicked his head while he was on the ground.“The police and an ambulance were contacted and Ward was taken to the

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