A 33-year-old man has still to complete his sentence for an offence committed almost three years ago.

Mark Snaddon caused a disturbance at a house where he was kicking at the door at 4 o’clock in the morning.

Snaddon, of Cleuch Avenue, Tullibody, appeared back at Alloa Sheriff Court for a review of his progress on his sentence.

He had admitted that on June 15, 2021, at Kirkgate, Alloa, he attended at a house uninvited, shouted, swore, demanded to be allowed entry, repeatedly kicked doors and placed two people there in a state of fear and alarm, including his ex-partner.

There had been concerns for his welfare because of the way he was behaving and an ambulance was called, arriving at 2.30am.

Police also attended and Snaddon was taken home but later returned to the Kirkgate house at around 4am and began shouting at his partner.

He was kicking the door, ringing the bell and shouting to be let into the house. Police were called again and Snaddon was arrested.

He had been sentenced to a community payback order with 30 months of supervision and participation in Caledonian Programme for domestic offenders.

Sheriff Neil Bowie extended the order until August to allow Snaddon more time to finish the programme.