North-east man says sorry for attacking ambulance worker called out to help him

Aberdeen Sheriff Court
Aberdeen Sheriff Court

A man who attacked an ambulance worker called out to help him is “sorry” for his actions, a court was told.

Scott Findlater, 47, admitted assaulting a paramedic by repeatedly pushing him.

He also kicked him on February 12 at an address in Lumphanan.

The court heard the paramedic and a co-worker had been asked to attend at Findlater’s address just after 11.30pm, after a report he had “banged his head”.


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During the incident Findlater “became aggressive”, and went on to assault the paramedic.

Police were contacted and when they arrived they found Findlater “lying on the road next to the ambulance”.

Defence agent Les Green said his client had been drinking on the night of the incident, and said: “He is sincerely sorry”.

Findlater, of Millan View, Lumphanan, was handed a £300 fine.

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