Second thug locked up over attack in Aberdeen
Assault came after row over girlfriend
A SECOND thug has been locked up for his part in a “repulsive” late-night assault in Aberdeen.
James Traynor, 20, of 4E Alexander Terrace, Tillydrone, has been detained for 12 months after previously admitting attacking victim Martin Ferries.
His friend Dwaine Harvey, 21, was locked up for nearly four years last month for his part in the brutal attack, and other offences.
A third man, Dean Napier, 18, of 109 Newburgh Crescent, Bridge of Don, was sentenced to a community payback order with 200 hours of unpaid work.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court previously heard how Mr Ferries was attacked after a row broke out over someone else dancing with his girlfriend.