AN HABITUAL Clydebank criminal who terrorised his ex has been ordered to stay in his home at night for the next four months.

Kyle McCreadie, previously of Peel View, North Drumry, and listed in court papers as a resident of Bryson Street, Faifley, was convicted of domestic violence against the woman as well as acting in a threatening or abusive manner during the incident on December 12 last year at a house in Silverhills, Rosneath.

The 24-year-old was shouting and swearing and made threats of violence. He acted in an aggressive manner and put his partner into a state of fear and alarm, and also repeatedly phoned her and made threats of violence towards both her and her mother.

In February, McCreadie was put under the supervision of social workers, ordered to take part in the PAIR programme to curb his abusive behaviour and do unpaid work in the community.

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At a review of his progress last week at Dumbarton Sheriff Court, Sheriff Maxwell Hendry said he was running out of patience with McCreadie.

He told him there would be “no last, last, last chance”.

McCreadie will be electronically tagged to ensure he stays at home from 7pm to 7am.