Tuesday’s headlines: Snow warning and bride and groom jailed after wedding rammy
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Top stories from the Daily Record website today include: snow warning, wedding rammy leaves bride and groom behind bars and dad hauled £1.2m worth of cocaine for a crime gang.
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Met Office Scotland snow warning as ‘hazardous conditions’ to hit drivers after scorching spring
The Met Office emitted a yellow weather snow and ice warning with parts of Scotland set for freezing temperatures just days after a scorching spring.
Flurries are forecast to fall on Tuesday evening with persistent showers until the early hours of tomorrow morning – Wednesday March 30.
Forecasters say showers will turn to snow and hail tomorrow, causing ice to form on surfaces in affected areas, according to the Office met.
READ MORE: Met Office Scotland snow warning as ‘hazardous conditions’ to hit drivers after scorching spring
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Violent Scottish wedding rammy leaves bride and groom behind bars after brutal family fight
A blushing bride, her husband and his best man spent their marriage night in a jail cell after a ram burst.
Claire Goodbrand’s wedding reception turned into a violent brawl after she attacked and injured her mother Cherry-Ann Lindsay, a to research understood.
The 26-year-old’s new husband Eamonn Goodbrand and her best man brother Kieran both weighed in, violently assaulting wedding guest David Boyd and leaving him seriously injured.
READ MORE: Violent Scottish wedding rammy leaves bride and groom behind bars after brutal family fight
Scottish dad hauled £1.2m worth of cocaine for crime gang amid ‘fears they’ll kill him’
An engineer who feared to be kill if he did not carry drugs for a crime gang has been imprisoned for two and a half years.
John Haughey was caught with cocaine worth £1.2million at junction nine of the M74 near Kirkmuirhill, Lanarkshire .
The 58-year-old told police he was transporting the huge shipment of Class A drugs “under duress” after he and his family were threatened by unnamed criminals.
READ MORE: Scottish dad hauled £1.2m worth of cocaine for crime gang amid ‘fears they’ll kill him’
Scottish Benefits cheat who ‘hid family inheritance’ hit with deadline to pay it back
A 46-year-old woman who defrauded the benefits agency of thousands by hiding a family heirloom was given time to repay the money.
Thandilyn MacMaster was told on Tuesday she had until July this year to repay at least half of the £5,846 she fraudulently obtained.
The sentence was deferred for four months for good behavior at Dundee Sheriff To research and for MacMaster to continue making reimbursements to the benefit agency.
READ MORE: Scottish Benefits cheat that ‘hides family inheritance’ with deadline to pay it back
Former F1 boss Max Mosley has killed himself after learning he has weeks to live
Former F1 boss Max Mosley he was told that he only had a few weeks left to live before committing suicide.
A survey to Westminster Coroner’s Court learned he took his own life in May 2021 at his London home after being told he likely had a “very limited life expectancy” and was in “debilitating” pain.
On Tuesday, evidence presented at the inquest revealed that Mr Mosley, 81, confessed to his decision to kill oneself to his personal assistant the day before his death.
READ MORE: Former F1 boss Max Mosley has killed himself after learning he has weeks to live