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Within days, Sutherland started referring to her as a prostitute, made threats that he was going to stab her, and suggested that she would be better off dead.
Mr McAllister said: He also threatened to go round to her home and assault her father with a bat.
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He also attempted to lure one of the girls, who cannot be named for legal reasons, to his Peterhead home for sex.
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Speaking after the hearings, Lindsey Miller, head of the serious and organised crime division of the Crown Office, said: Organised crime takes many forms.The factory has been cordoned and parts of the town centre evacuated as up to 10 crews tackle the fire and attempt to access ammonia cannisters on the site.The court heard that the older girl had been convinced to visit Sutherlands home as a way of getting him to stop blackmailing her.A motorists passes the scene: Hundreds gathered to see the fire and the smoke clouds which were visible from across the road and even at Peterhead FC's Balmoor Stadium.The skippers have also been penalised by having their fishing"s slashed.