July 2 2018, 5.07amUpdated: September 23 2021, 9.45am
Sentence was deferred on a man who tampered with the electricity meter at his home.
John Saxon, 42, of Ancrum Court in Whorterbank, admitted that he intentionally damaged electrical plant, namely an electricity meter provided by Scottish and Southern Energy, broke the seal of the meter and inserted a piece of wire into the terminals at Ancrum Court between June 14 last year and February 23 this year.
Saxon also admitted that he intentionally prevented the meter from registering the quantity of electricity supplied to the premises by SSE at the same address between the same dates.
Sentence was deferred on Saxon until July 10.
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